Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 973502
[gnome-desktop] - Titlebar of applications is distorted in guest system, unable to set wallpaper
Last modified: 2015-02-17 10:32:41 EST
Created attachment 759945 [details]
The distorted titlebar .png file
Description of problem:
When Install Fedora 19 Beta on virtual machine, most of the appliation window's titlebar is getting distorted with horizental lines. And another problem is, restriction of changing the wallpaper, unable to do it. Observed that it was present in F18 as well.
I am not sure about the component, but it may be gnome-shell, as it is affecting all the gnome-desktop applications, so reporting against it. With a wild guess, it may or may not be an issue of X drivers. FYI : I have tried it in both Intel and AMD system, and the problem is the same. Observed it in gnome-desktop.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install F19 Beta in guest system on Virtual environment
2. Open gedit or gnome-terminal, firefox etc application
3. Observe the window titlebar.
4. Try to change the background or wallpaper of the desktop
1. The titlebar of any window is looking distorted with horizental lines as
shown in the screen shot.
2. Unable to change the background or wallpaper of the gnome-desktop or the
change is not taking effect, changing the background successfully.
1. The titlebar should show normal with no distortion.
2. Should be able to change the background and the change should take effect.
Additional info: Screen shot attached.
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