Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1295985
Screen magnifier causes display issue when application lauches a sub window.
Last modified: 2016-12-20 12:38:32 EST
Created attachment 1111988 [details]
list of rpms
Description of problem:
When I run the screen may and say firefox brings up a sub window to tell me a SSL cert is not valid. This casues the primary app window to think the screen resolution is much smaller then it relaly is. If i zoom out to 0 mag, The parent app window is fine. but if I zoom back in, the ap window is visually cut off. All other apps on teh screen still work as normal. If I launch a second firefox it works fine. If I kill firefox and restart it is ok. This happens to other apps as well.Say changeing your screen res.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I do not know what RPM the accesability tools are in.
I can reproduce it on demand.
Steps to Reproduce:
For the screen magnifier to work as it did in fedora 22 and before.
This is in cinnamon, fedora 23 is fully patched to the date this job is logged.
Created attachment 1111989 [details]
list of hardware, lspci, free, cpuinfo
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