Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 139809
status window position not updated when using alt+tab
Last modified: 2014-03-25 20:51:43 EDT
Description of problem:
Tested in the GNOME desktop envrionment, when the user move an application
around the desktop with LE activated, using alt+tab to switch to another
application and back to the original application of the LE activated, you will
notice that the status window is still at the old position where the application
used to be.
Please see attached screenshot. I dont think this is LE specific.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.in gdm, log in as normal user with any CJK locale
3.in g-t, gedit &
4.in gedit, ctrl-space to activate LE
5.move gedit using mouse to another corner of the screen
6.alt-tab to switch back to g-t
7.alt-tab to switch back to gedit
status window is at the previous position of gedit application
the position should be updated
Created attachment 106934 [details]
status window in the previous position
Fixed in svn2483. will see the updated package soon.
committed a patch into CVS. will be available in next build.
Tested with iiimf-12.2-0.7.svn2578, the bug still exist. Please verify.
Happen in iiimf-12.2-3 as well.
I see it too, with iiimf-12.2-3.
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