Description of problem: Cannot move dry-run dialog to review setting during a dry-run.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
How reproducible: Using Grsync to dry-run settings
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start grsync (use your own config data)
2. Click the dry-run light-bulb in the Grsync UI
3. Click the title bar of the dialog to move the dialog and allow viewing the rsync configuration detail in the UI under the dialog.
Actual results: Click-and-hold on the title bar then drag. The entire GUI moves hiding the detail that should be exposed for review. This is an incorrect, application-specific, programmatic setting that should be changed.
Expected results: Dialogs should move. This is especially important in scenarios when viewing console output via a dialog and it would be mandatory that the user be able to review control and configuration settings impacting the console output.
I am using Xfce and I can move the dialog just fine. So this is probably a problem of your window manager and not of the application.
If you reopen this bug, please reassign it to the proper component depending on what desktop / window manager you use.
I am reopening this against the gnome-desktop.
I am using gnome-desktop3-3.10.2-2.fc20.x86_64 in Fedora 20. I'm happy to provide additional detail.
Per Christoph Wickert, above, if the gnome-desktop is not the correct component please provide guidance regarding the correct component given I see the problem under my F20 "default" gnome installation and he does not see the issue under xfce.
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