jasper at xfce.org
Sat Mar 11 11:00:16 CET 2006
Matt McMinn schreef:
> On Wed, 2006-02-08 at 19:27 +0100, Jasper Huijsmans wrote:
>> hernux schreef:
>>> hernux escribi�:
>>>> I've upgraded to the latest svn version, and now I'm having a serious
>>>> problem with the panel.. it may be a xinerama related problem.. I have
>>>> to monitors, the bug only appears in one screen..
>>>> The problem is that it seems to be adding bottom margin to one of the
>>>> monitors.. I can't place any window on it.. when I move one win from
>>>> monitor B (the one that works fine) to monitor A, I can see how the win
>>>> borders move up, and I can only si the bottom side of the window.
>>>> I don't know how to give you more info about this .. I'm running
>>>> xfce-svn in Ubuntu 5.10.
>>> I found something that may help.. I'm using three panels, two in monitor
>>> A, and one in monitor B.. now if I move one of the monitor's A panels
>>> (one that has only the taskbar plugin) to monitor B, then everything
>>> works fine.. then I move it back to monitor A, and the problem is back.
>> Thanks for the report. I'm sure this is my fault. I changed some thing
>> in an attempt to fix bug http://bugzilla.xfce.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1316
>> Could you mail me the output of xprop for all the panels and the monitor
>> layout you are using? I'll try to fix it this weekend.
> Has any progress been made on this problem? I recently moved to a new
> machine, and I'm seeing this as well (my old dualhead machine was using
> the debian archive, but the new one is compiled out of SVN).
No and I didn't see the requested information. I might help if you could
send me the following information:
- screen layout
- location of the panel(s)
- value of 'partial struts': open a terminal, run 'xprop | grep STRUT',
and click on a panel.
This should not in fact be too difficult to fix, so if someone would
like to help they could try having a look at the code. I'm sure there is
a problem there, I just didn't have the time to really look at it.
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