+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #467174 +++
Description of problem:
After select new im and click "logout", the logout/reboot/shutdown menu does not display if compiz and beryl is running.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install compiz or beryl if not presented.
2. Install at least two IMs, such as gcin and SCIM.
3. run either compiz or beryl
a. for compiz: by system-> preference -> desktop effect
b. for beryl: run beryl-manager
4. run im-chooser, select a the non-default IM to enable the logout button.
5. Click on logout
The logout/reboot/shutdown dialog exists but not displayed. Pressing [Enter] still gets to the default action "logout".
The logout/reboot/shutdown should display.
devilspie cannot detect the logout/reboot/shutdown dialog when it appear on the screen, but other dialogs, and dialogs from other applications can be detected by devilspie.
--- Additional comment from firstname.lastname@example.org on 2008-10-16 22:46:24 EDT ---
im-chooser just uses libgnomeui's feature. unable to display GTK_WINDOW_POPUP dialog is a bug in compiz/beryl.
--- Additional comment from email@example.com on 2008-10-17 02:30:04 EDT ---
Mmm, it seems like the dialog is derived by gnome_client_request_save(). Shall we deem this bug is from either libgnomeui or compiz?
--- Additional comment from firstname.lastname@example.org on 2008-11-11 09:09:07 EST ---
Kristian? Assigning to you and please feel free to reassign if you want to blame some other component.
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--- Additional comment from firstname.lastname@example.org on 2009-11-03 02:12:38 EST ---
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--- Additional comment from firstname.lastname@example.org on 2010-06-22 17:23:40 EDT ---
I'm slightly guessing at what was being reported here. But with RHEL 6 Compiz I can reproduce a similar problem. With desktop-effects enabled:
- Run 'gnome-session-save --logout-dialog'
- Cancel dialog
- Run 'gnome-session-save --logout-dialog' again
Dialog appears underneath all other windows. It has the "always on top" flag set (as you can see by looking in the window menu), but the flag was not properly honored when remapping an existing window from the withdrawn state. After moving other open windows out of the way, if you raise the window by clicking on the titlebar, you won't be able to lower it again.
--- Additional comment from email@example.com on 2010-06-22 17:33:05 EDT ---
Actually, it's weirder than it getting the stacking order wrong in X terms - if you click where the window should appear you can click on the buttons, so the stacking order is right in X terms, but Compiz thinks its something different.
--- Additional comment from firstname.lastname@example.org on 2010-06-22 20:09:09 EDT ---
I've put a patch and full explanation at:
It should be a very safe fix. Priority is in my opinion moderate:
- It's a fairly confusing bug.
(In some circumstances you try to log out and nothing happens; this is
triggered by our input switching tool in an obvious way.)
- It can't be that important if it hasn't been fixed upstream in ~5 years?
Not going to fix for RHEL 5, moving to RHEL 6
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