Description of problem:
When using `ibus emoji` and scrolling or moving over the grid of emoji
the size of the window changes depending on the description annotation etc.
I think the size of the window should be fixed (maybe resizable) but
the size should not change when moving the mouse over or scrolling through.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. $ ibus emoji
2. Select a category
3. Move mouse over emoji grid or scroll through list.
Window size changes depending on annotation.
Window size should be constant.
If the window is nearly an edge it may get moved because of the resizing.
> Window size should be constant.
How can the size be constant?
> If the window is nearly an edge it may get moved because of the resizing.
My suggestion was not to move the window when the cursor is moved in the same page even if the resize happens. But seems you found a case the window is moved.
Could you give an example of a category and which emojis your cursor is over?
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