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Description of problem:
1) First please confirm that I've got the correct window manager for RHEL 3.0 and gnome; I'm assuming its metacity. If this assumption is incorrect, then please direct this bug report to the correct window manager.
2) I am running RHEL 3.0 remotely via RealVNC v4.1. (server and client are on same LAN, 20 meters apart).
3) Problem description: if I quickly left click (downstroke then upstroke) on a window's banner, the window gets "stuck to my mouse cursor", i.e. the window manager has decided to drag the window. If I click on the banner more slowly (~300ms or more between downstroke and upstroke) then the window is selected (correct), not dragged (incorrect) as with more rapid click.
4) Suggested diagnosis: when I click a window's banner quickly (to select it) I'm guessing the window manager is missing the click's upstroke and thus thinks the window should be in drag mode, i.e., thinks the mouse button is in the downstroke position.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Very rapidly click the banner of a window (~100ms or less between click's downstroke and upstroke).
Actual Results: Window manager put window in "drag" mode.
Expected Results: Window should have only been selected, not put in drag mode.
This was indeed a Metacity bug. It got fixed in the last set of quarterly
You can visit Red Hat Network to update Metacity to the latest version on your