|Summary:||Unable to resize window width using a mouse|
|Product:||[Fedora] Fedora||Reporter:||Fred New <fred.new2911>|
|Component:||xfce4-session||Assignee:||Kevin Fenzi <kevin>|
|Status:||CLOSED EOL||QA Contact:||Fedora Extras Quality Assurance <extras-qa>|
|Version:||19||CC:||admiller, kevin, themoktarious|
|Fixed In Version:||Doc Type:||Bug Fix|
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|Last Closed:||2015-02-18 14:02:42 UTC||Type:||Bug|
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Description Fred New 2013-07-28 10:14:08 UTC
Description of problem: When I open a window in an XFCE session, I can use the mouse to resize the upper and lower edges of the window, but the resize symbol doesn't appear when I roll the mouse over the left and right edges. Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): xfce4-session-4.10.1-1.fc19.i686 How reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Log into an XFCE session. 2. Open Accessories -> gedit 3. Make sure gedit isn't using a full screen. 4. Try to resize the width of the window by rolling the mouse over the left or right edges. Actual results: The resize symbol (an arrow with a verticle bar) doesn't appear when you roll the left or right edges. In fact, the window doesn't seem to have a visible left or right border. The resize symbol will appear in the corners or on the upper and lower edges. Expected results: I expect a resize symbol to appear when I roll the mouse over the left and right edges AND I expect to be able to resize the window using those symbols. Additional info: As a work-around, I can resize the window width using the keyboard - <Alt><Space> Resize. The width can also be resized by rolling the mouse over the corners to get the corner resize symbol.
Comment 1 Kevin Fenzi 2013-07-28 16:13:36 UTC
What theme are you using? (settings -> appearance -> style) If you change this does it start working?
Comment 2 Fred New 2013-07-28 19:36:00 UTC
It had the default style, was that Adwaita? Anyway, changing to something else had no effect.
Comment 3 Fred New 2013-07-29 08:11:58 UTC
I tried this on my F18 computer at work (xfce4-session-4.10.1-1.fc18.x86_64, screen resolution = 1280x1024) and it looks like the area for detecting the mouse is only one pixel wide - very difficult for getting the horizontal sizing symbol to appear. Perhaps this area gets rounded down to less than a pixel wide on my home computer. I'll report on the screen resolution on my F19 computer (at home) in a few hours.
Comment 4 Fred New 2013-07-30 03:46:10 UTC
Screen resolution on my F19 home computer is also 1280x1024.
Comment 5 Kevin Fenzi 2013-08-02 18:45:27 UTC
Yeah, it's a bit more than 1 pixel here, which is why I was wonder what the theme was, since it may depend on how 'thick' the window decorations are. You never get a resize on f19 at all? Or it's just very hard to find the right spot? Also, to be clear, this happens on all resizable windows? Or just gedit?
Comment 6 Fred New 2013-08-03 16:36:22 UTC
I never get the width resize at all. It is on all windows, I was just using gedit as an example. Just to make sure, I created a new user with an empty home directory. This happens on my computer using the defaults. It could be related to the driver for the video card. The lscpi command shows 01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: Matrox Electronics Systems Ltd. Millennium G550 (rev 01) If I set the appearance to high contrast, windows still have no side borders.
Comment 7 Fred New 2013-08-03 16:39:01 UTC
Created attachment 782342 [details] Screenshot of a window This shows how the Appearance Settings application has no side borders.
Comment 8 Moe Ell 2013-08-18 19:01:35 UTC
Same story here with KDE desktop using latest FC19 kernel. This was working fine and now it just stopped working. I can't resize vertically but not horizontally and from the corner on all windows! Please help, the alt workaround is annoying. Also when I click over the task-bar of the windows, more action - resize (it works). But I want the usual resize cursor that appear when you approach to the edge of the windows. Any help?
Comment 9 Moe Ell 2013-08-18 19:12:10 UTC
(In reply to Moe Ell from comment #8) > Same story here with KDE desktop using latest FC19 kernel. > > This was working fine and now it just stopped working. > > I can't resize vertically but not horizontally and from the corner on all > windows! > > Please help, the alt workaround is annoying. > > Also when I click over the task-bar of the windows, more action - resize (it > works). > > > But I want the usual resize cursor that appear when you approach to the edge > of the windows. > > Any help? I meant I can resize vertically (only from the top edge not the bottom one)
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Comment 11 Fedora End Of Life 2015-02-18 14:02:42 UTC
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