question or bug report.
fourdan at xfce.org
Wed Sep 17 22:29:33 CEST 2003
The problem is fairly complex and not that easy to fix.
Using partial struts would maybe help, but that's neither supported by
the taskbar not xfwm4 (partial struts appeared in EWMH 1.3)
By simply changing your screen layout, moving the right display a few
pixels (or even a single pixel) down would fix it.
On Wed, 2003-09-17 at 19:40, Gustavo H. C. wrote:
> using twinview, the taskbar resides only on the left display, thats
> the taskbar is toplevel, and no window can be positioned on top, thats
> ok too.
> the right display restricts the window position to not put any window
> at taskbar location, thats wrong.. it makes some area on right display
> unusable, because right display does not have a taskbar, but only a
> positioning restriction making a blank margin.
> I'm using a GeForce-4mx440 with last nvidia driver that supports
> twinview and xfce4-rc4.
> tnks a lot.
> - Gustavo
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Olivier Fourdan - fourdan at xfce.org
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