Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 588191
Gray 'get older entries' arrow sticks across virtual desktops
Last modified: 2011-06-24 00:23:13 EDT
Description of problem:
When switching desktops ( taskbar on autohide ), if the pino window is hovered over in a way that enables the gray 'get older entries' arrow to display, and the desktop is switched before the arrow fades back away, it can remain visible on the switched-to desktop. Once returning to the desktop that pino is visible on, the icon goes back away
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open pino
2. have bottom task bar on auto hide
3. have the pino window go all the way to the bottom of the display
4. Have the pino window to the right ( or in line with your desktop switcher )
5. As the mouse hovers past the space where the gray arrow shows up on the way to switch desktops, it will stick ... happens randomly while clicking around between desktops, but happens often, every few minutes
Can you update to pino 0.2.11 and test if the problem persist?
Yes, in 0.2.11 I still have this issue. I've also found a way to have it 100% reproducible, just activate the task bar to show up ( flip the mouse to the bottom ) then while the menu is unhiding, hover over the pino window to get the gray arrow box, and mouse back down into the desktop switcher, it sticks every time... and only unsticks when you go back to pino and hover over it again.
(In reply to comment #2)
> Yes, in 0.2.11 I still have this issue. I've also found a way to have it 100%
> reproducible, just activate the task bar to show up ( flip the mouse to the
> bottom ) then while the menu is unhiding, hover over the pino window to get the
> gray arrow box, and mouse back down into the desktop switcher, it sticks every
> time... and only unsticks when you go back to pino and hover over it again.
It'll be better to report this issue to upstream of instead here.
Filed on http://code.google.com/p/pino-twitter/issues/detail?id=304 per suggestion.
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