Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 867930
Page-wise scrolling via mouse clicks in the scroll bar results in eventual resize glyph and logic
Last modified: 2013-08-01 06:29:33 EDT
Description of problem:
Leaving a mouse statically placed over a scroll-bar's empty area (which when clicking would page-up/down) and clicking repeatedly (say 3-10 times) results in the cursor changing into the resize glyph, and window-management logic to resize a window being invoked. the mouse definitely has NOT been moved by the user, and this happens repeatably on any application running on the latest patches of fedora 17 as of the date of this report. interestingly, it appears as if the mouse cursor may be programmatically moved by a pixel or two as the mouse is clicked each time...
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora 17, latest updates applied as of the date of report.
Reproducable at will on my machine.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open any application, terminal, for instance.
2. Produce a great deal of output in the window.
3. Place the mouse cursor in an area below the indicator for the scroll bar (i.e in the area that when clicked results in a page-down or page-up style operation).
4. Click 3-10 times repeatedly in the same exact location.
The cursor changes to a resize-window glyph and the logic for window resizing is invoked.
Continuous clicks in the empty area of the scroll bar continue to page through the window results until the handle moves under the mouse cursor.
Running inside a VMWare virtual machine with 3d graphics acceleration enabled
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