[Pkg-xfce-devel] Bug#583652: Bug#583652: xfwm4: Opening of gvim windows is out of the screen partially (bottom part)
corsac at debian.org
Sat May 29 09:24:40 UTC 2010
On sam., 2010-05-29 at 10:13 +0200, Gregory Hainaut wrote:
> When opening a gvim windows, the bottom part is out the screen which is
> cumbersome to use the integrated command line.
> The behavior appear only 4.6.2-1. I downgrade xfwm4 to 4.6.1-1 and the bug goes
> away. Still the bug can be in vim because it seems to work with others
> Step to reproduce the problem.
> 1/ Open a terminal (xfce4-terminal).
> 2/ Increase the windows terminal size because the size of the windows gvim
> seems related to the size of the terminal.
> 3/ Move the terminal in the up of the screen to ensure the gvim windows will be
> open in the bottom of the screen.
> 4/ Launch gvim from the terminal
> 5/ Bottom of gvim windows is hidden.
> Note: I attached a screenshot of the bottom of my screen. On the left the gvim
> windows cut. On the middle the terminal. On the right a standard full gvim
Hmmh, seems I can't reproduce that, but I do notice weird behaviors with
gvim windows run from a terminal
Basically, it seems that it tries to inherit the window size from the
terminal. Depending on how you configured smart placement in xfwm4, that
might be related.
Here, the smart placement is configured to be active even for small
windows. What is your smart placement setting? (in settings manager,
window manager tweaks, placement)
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