Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 802861
"Reply to Sender" sometimes obscured by Gnome menu bar
Last modified: 2013-02-13 15:26:15 EST
When I right-click on an email message, I get a pop-up menu. The problem is that the line for "Reply to Sender" is just barely on my screen, most of it is above the top of the visible screen. There are a few pixels I can click on if I am very careful, but it's easy to click the next line, Reply to All, instead.
This does not happen if the right-click occurs close to the top of the screen. Then, the pop-up menu shows up below the mouse cursor. This does not happen when the right-click happens near the bottom of the screen, if the screen is large enough to show the whole menu.
On a large screen, I guess that leave a narrow band where right-clicking causes this problem. But on my laptop, this happens more frequently due to the smaller screen.
The hard-to-see line at the top of the menu seems to be getting stuck behind the black Gnome menu bar at the top of the screen. This does not happen when I have a dual monitor setup and Evolution is on the screen with no Gnome bar.
Thanks for a bug report. From the description I understand that this is nothing with evolution itself (except of quite long context menu), thus I'm moving this to gnome-shell, as a starter, as it should either tell the gtk what part of screen is occupied or not cover the context menu with its bar.
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