+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #608076 +++
Created an attachment (id=426913)
screenshot of the defect
Description of problem:
An applet which is configured to pop up on pressing hardware (volume/sound management buttons == mute, increase, decrease) is leaving flicker on dual head settings.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Obtain dual head configuration with RHEL 6.0 (Thinkpad T400 in my case)
2 Open application on each display and maximalize it (so you'll not see wallpaper) <- This is important, otherwise you'll not see the defect.
3.Point mouse to the primary display and click (decrease volume button)
4.Move mouse pointer to secondary screen and hit the same hardware button
5. Repeat multiple times points 3 and 4 and you should achieve the same defect as me on the attached screenshot.
applet will disappear and will leave flicker on the screen.
applet will disappear
See attached Xorg.log
--- Additional comment from firstname.lastname@example.org on 2010-06-25 11:34:24 EDT ---
Created an attachment (id=426914)
As with the original bug.
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