Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 681814
No controls to close ksnapshot if run under GNOME 3
Last modified: 2015-08-04 14:11:51 EDT
Description of problem:
If you run ksnapshot under GNOME 3, there is no button in either the window manager or in the application itself, to close it down. To close ksnapshot, you must hit the esc. key, which might not be obvious to all users.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora 15 Alpha RC2
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Launch ksnapshot in GNOME 3.
There is no "close window" button in the window manager. There is no exit, close or cancel button in the application.
A GUI control that the user can click on to exit the application.
Uhm, in 4.5.5 I have a "Quit" button in the bottom right corner of the KSnapshot window, is that not there anymore in 4.6?
(In reply to comment #1)
> Uhm, in 4.5.5 I have a "Quit" button in the bottom right corner of the
> KSnapshot window, is that not there anymore in 4.6?
Indeed, there's no "Quit" button anymore in 4.6 but close button is available in Plasma session, I'll try Gnome 3 one.
removed the Quit button. IMHO it's a bad idea to rely on the window decoration only, as evidenced by this bug, there should always be some UI inside the window to quit the app from.
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Looks still relevant in 4.8.4 at least.
setting keywords, triaging so we avoid autoclose.