bsilver at chrononomicon.com
Fri Feb 1 15:51:11 UTC 2008
> On 01/02/2008, Bart Silverstrim <bsilver at chrononomicon.com> wrote:
>> Anyone else see this or know what may be corrupted?
> Just "full screened" oocalc and when I un-full-screened it it was
> broken. Note that I tried it on CentOS not Ubuntu so it could be an
> Open Office bug. The window manager believes it is still full screen
> so isn't drawing the menu bar and I can't use resize from the menu bar
> Gnome got a way to make it forget what it knew about OpenOffices window?
The weird part is that it isn't OO.o in general doing it, it's just
oocalc. The word processor seems perfectly normal. And when calc is
fullscreened (which it is at startup), it doesn't have borders, so I
can't use the buttons in the corner to alter fullscreen/minimize/etc.
When firefox is on the display I have my GNOME bars, so I right click on
the task button for OOcalc and click minimize (or maximize), and it has
no effect whatsoever other than bringing Calc back to the foreground,
still stealing all the desktop real-estate.
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