Bug#379612: vim-gnome: GTK+ GUI window handles restricted size incorrectly when tabs are displayed

Michael Ekstrand michael at elehack.net
Sun May 4 12:53:24 UTC 2008

James Vega <jamessan at debian.org> writes:
> On Mon, Jul 24, 2006 at 10:05:09AM -0500, Michael Ekstrand wrote:
>> When a tab bar is added to a window (e.g. with :tabnew), the window
>> tries to expand.  However, if it cannot, the editor widget assumes that
>> it did.  The result is that, if Vim is maximized and tabs are added, the
>> status line is pushed off the bottom of the window (the window size
>> being constrained by the panels at the top and bottom of my desktop).
> I'm unable to reproduce the effect shown in the screenshot.  I start a
> maximized gvim, :tabnew, and switch back to the first tab.  The
> statusline is still visible and there's no visual corruption.
> Patch 7.1.244 fixed a rounding problem when resizing the visual area.
> This may be why I'm not able to see this issue.  Are you still able to
> reproduce it?

I am stil able to reproduce it with vim-gtk-1:7.1-266+1.

- Michael

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