[Bug 137134] firefox windows that touch opposite edges of the screen can't be moved
jnoreiko at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 3 20:01:53 UTC 2007
Public bug reported:
I sometimes find that a firefox window that touches opposite edges of the screen can't be moved or resized in that direction.
For example, a browser window that touches both top and bottom panels can't be moved up or down or reduced in height. The DOM inspector set to full width can't be moved left or right.
With the mouse on the window border, nothing happens -- the pointer moves but the window edge doesn't follow. With the window menu's resize command, the mouse pointer seems to jump to far, going into the panel.
This seems to apply to windows that are created this size, not to
windows that are enlarged to this size.
I'm able to reproduce this by opening the DOM inspector, resizing it to
full width, closing it, then opening it again. The window remembers its
previous size and now can't be reduced in width.
** Affects: firefox (Ubuntu)
firefox windows that touch opposite edges of the screen can't be moved
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