Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 509611
autohide feature doesn't work until right-clicking
Last modified: 2009-12-18 04:36:59 EST
Description of problem: I have avn set to autostart in the gnome session settings and also have the "Auto hide bar when not in use" option set. The bar does not actually auto hide by default. It will not autohide until I right click on the bar (brings up the Dock Preferences / Close menu) within a second or so it then hides. After doing so future autohides work fine, but initially it won't hide until after the first time I right click on the bar.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): avant-window-navigator-0.3.2-5.fc10.i386
How reproducible: Always
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start avn
2. Set "Auto hide bar when not in use"
3. Move mouse away from bar
Actual results: Bar does not hide
Expected results: Bar should hide
Additional info: This problem has existed iirc since F8, and currently happens on multiple systems for me (F9, F10, F11). I list the F10 version because thats the system I have in front of me now
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