Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 242518
Multiple selection failure.
Last modified: 2014-06-18 05:09:24 EDT
Description of problem:Mouse selection of multiple files in window does not work
correctly. Highlight file, drop down, alt->shift does nothing. Shift->alt works.
If you enable desktop effects it works normally. Using standard nv driver,
freshrpms nvidia, or livna´s nvidia are all the same. I do not know if this is a
metacity problem for sure.
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Additional info:I do not know if this is a metacity problem for sure.
I just discovered if I alt->shift and hit both right and left mouse buttons it
Updated to metacity 2.18.3-1.fc7@i386 NO change in behavior.
Could this be related to 214512?
211057 also looks similar. I did not mention that this same hardware worked fine
Updated to metacity 2.18.5-1.fc7@i386. The selection still does not work with
the nv drivers. With the nvidia drivers it works and I can (with this version)
see the shutdown x in the corner of things. Probably not a metacity thing but
the indicators (icons?) in the non current desktop show blank rather than
whatever is open in them. It seems to be moving in the right direction (slowly).
In comment #5 I neglected to note that the indicators work fine with desktop
effects shut off.
With all updates applied 7/15 the issue is still here.
Related to 243825?
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