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0000370OLVUser Interfacepublic2011-11-02 15:572012-01-18 11:06
ReporterBenFenner 
Assigned ToFred 
PrioritylowSeverityminorReproducibilityalways
StatusclosedResolutionfixed 
PlatformAllOSAllOS VersionAll
Product Version0.0.1-SNAPSHOT 
Target Version0.0.3Fixed in Version0.0.3 
Summary0000370: Going full screen with multiple monitors doesn't have good behavior.
DescriptionWhen you enter full screen on a dual monitor setup the application displays fully on the secondary monitor regardless of which monitor the application was previously active in. The application should respect which display the windowed version resides in and go full screen in the appropriate display.

Putting this low priority for now.
Steps To ReproducePlace windowed application in primary monitor and then enter full screen. You will notice the application moves to the secondary monitor.
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BenFenner (developer)
2012-01-13 21:55

Fixed in git hash: fdcc9bf3f07e2d6e5b2c2c72f1b86ee5e25c1395

Fred, assigning to you so you can check to make sure it still works properly with a single screen attached.
User avatar (0001127)
Fred (administrator)
2012-01-18 10:57

Seems to, yes! Tested on mac. Don't have a multi mon linux machine to test on, but behaviour varies depending on graphics driver anyway. Can fix later if there is some hidden issue.


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