Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 818901
Applications on one workspace receive a click from another empty workspace.
Last modified: 2013-08-01 02:31:29 EDT
Description of problem: When multiple applications are running on multiple workspaces, sometimes (I think it's not always) they can receive a mouse click from another empty workspace, or empty part of some workspace (clicking on background) and show their menu (in case of right click) on the empty workspace, or for example mark some text in the application (in case of left click).
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How reproducible: As I said before, I'm not 100% sure is it possible to reproduce it always or with some special condition. Just having multiple applications on multiple workspaces and trying to click on empty part of the workspace (background).
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open few applications on more than one workspace.
2. Try clicking on empty part of workspace.
Actual results: Opens an application menu for the application from another workspace, or do some action on the application which is not on the current workspace.
Expected results: do nothing.
Additional info: screenshot in attachment. Menu from xchat application which is on another workspace. I saw it working with xchat, gnome-terminal, nautilus, firefox, maybe all applications work.
Created attachment 582082 [details]
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