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Description of problem:
If I have a resizable non-maximized window that's aligned with the top of (or near the top of) the screen and I drag the top edge of the window to decrease its height, the mouse pointer jumps about one cm to the right just before the pointer shape turns into an up-down arrow.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Launch any application that has a resizable window, for instance gedit.
2. Make sure the window is not maximized and move it to the topmost position on the screen (as far up as possible).
3. Move the mouse pointer towards the top edge of the window until the pointer shape turns into an up-down arrow.
Actual Results: The mouse pointer jumps about one cm to the right just before the pointer shape turns into an up-down arrow.
Expected Results: No jump, continuous movement.
This happens with all window themes i have tried. My screen resolution is 800x600.
I can't reproduce this in FC4t3.
Actually, now I can't reproduce it either with my current setup FC3 (kernel
2.6.11-1.14_FC3). Don't know which update fixed the problem, but now it seems to
Great. I'll close this then. Thanks guys.
*** Bug 156512 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 150311 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***