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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 Galeon/1.2.7 (X11; Linux i686; U;) Gecko/20021128
Description of problem:
The code for adjust-position-for-gravity/y
in windows.jl must be:
(let* ((tl-off (cdr (window-frame-offset w)))
(let* ((tl-off (window-frame-offset w))
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Steps to Reproduce:
Ran into this with mplayer-0.90rc2.
Upstream as http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=103319
It isn't a feature request as your reported in the gnome bug. Without the fix
when using mplayer-0.90rc2 and pressing f for fullscreen it doesn't fullscreen
right, gives an error in .xsession-errors, and beeps(sign of error).
If you so don't want to maintain sawfish in RedHat why don't you just drop the
package and then everyone will move on.
Here is a message to me from John Harper on the sawfish mailing list back in
November saying he fixed this in CVS. Should you could try using CVS instead of
the offical 1.2 release, like you have done in the past.
We are packaging Sawfish (maintaining the spec file, tracking new versions,
passing bugs along to upstream), but not much beyond that. Some people like to
have it in RPM format on the CD. I don't see the harm in that.
I'm not sure what other changes would come with a CVS snap, so I'd prefer to
stick to something that's known to mostly work, as I don't have any firsthand
Created attachment 89330 [details]
Patch against sawfish-1.2 to fix windows.jl
I am one of the people that does like it included on the cd. But I would rather
have it not on the CD so that someone else actually does maintain it at
something like FreshRPMS or FalseHope instead of letting it rott in the
I have attched the above patch in hopes that you will include it, and if not for
others who are attached to this bug report or might find it in the future.
OK, will put in the patch.