After I enabled "Desktop Effects" on my HP Omnibook 6100 (graphics card is a
Radeon Mobility M6 LY), maximized windows have always a white title bar and no
visible decorations (minimize, maximize, close buttons). However, the title bar
is drawn correctly if the window is not maximized.
Furthermore, the decorator buttons are still available but only invisible: The
tooltips still work and you can click them.
This seems to be an upstream issue as other distros have it too: See Ubuntu bug
A screenshot which looks exactly like my issue can be found here:
Using the workaround from bug 228644 (comment 3) by disabling
apps/gwd/use_metacity_theme in gconf brings the window decorations back. I did
not add my comment to bug 228644 as I only have the problem with maximized
windows and the reporter of that bug seems to experience the problem with all
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
These problems should be solved in todays rawhide build. Can you confirm?
Unfortunately, there are too many dependencies to rawhide so I can't install it
right now. Will try to get rawhide on the machine later.
Did you try F8? It should have everything what Rawhide had in August.
Unfortunately, my notebook broke down some time ago so I can't test this any
more. Thank you very much.
Oh well, thanks for letting us know.
This was a problem for me in F7 and continues to be one in F8.
I think this bug should be reopened but I lack the privileges to do so. Do I
need to write another bug? Help!
reopening as requested by Ross Tyler
Bumping affected version of Fedora to 8 as reported by Ross Tyler
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