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Description of problem:
Whenever I run redhat-config-printer, while it's running, it places an ugly
window in the center of my desktop. The ugly window looks mostly undrawn. It's
always on top, and appears on all GNOME workspaces.
I'll attach a picture of the problem to demonstrate.
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Steps to Reproduce:
Actual Results: I get an ugly window.
Expected Results: No ugly window.
I'm running the Phoebe beta (revision 2).
Relevant versions of packages I'm using:
Note that I am *NOT* using nautilus to draw the desktop; it may be that nautilus
hides the ugly window, and that's why (seemingly) no one else is having this
Created attachment 89510 [details]
The window in the center of the screen is the ugly window.
This looks like the work-around to bug #74365. No idea why it's partially
visible like that; for me it's never visible. (The glade file sets it visible,
but the application sets it invisible immediately.)
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 74365 ***
Changed to 'CLOSED' state since 'RESOLVED' has been deprecated.