Description of problem:
If the user expands the size of the gnome-activity-journal window by dragging it out to the right, the timeline does not resize accordingly.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start the gnome-activity-journal (make sure it is not fully maximized.)
2. Ensure that the current day is shown.
3. Drag the application window rightwards with the mouse to expand it.
The timeline bars do not resize to move to the end of the screen. There is a large gap between the last bar and the right edge of the window.
Timeline should resize so that the last day is always against the right edge of the window.
Created attachment 408495 [details]
After window is dragged out to resize it, the timeline does not adjust accordingly. There is now a big gap between the last bar and edge of screen. Timeline not aligned with last day of work, either
Appears to be this upstream bug:
which has recently had a fix committed. Will be in the next release of gnome-activity-journal.
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