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|0000512||OLV||User Interface||public||2012-01-23 01:13||2012-02-03 20:54|
|Target Version||0.0.3||Fixed in Version||0.0.3|
|Summary||0000512: Full Screen Screwed Up In Linux|
|Description||The first time I fullscreened OLV today it didn't fill out the full screen with the content, just removed borders and went top left with the same size. I couldn't make it do that a second time, though. Subsequent times it failed to steal focus remaining behind other apps when it shouldn't. Dave also had issues:|
Dave "for me it didn't get rid of the top/bottom panels in ubuntu (it was "behind" them) hence i couldn't get to the menu"
Pretty sure that it used to work OK, but will review an older hash before you do any work on this.
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IT starts normal size. I click view->Fullscreen and it appears to use the full res (1920x1200 on my box), but the gnome panel top and bottom bar COVER UP olv so the menu is inaccessible and I donno the fullscreen hotkey if there is one, so I use Alt-F4 to exit. (Tried F, Alt-f, Alt-V F, Alt V Enter)
Consider adding right click context popup menu to toggle things like fullscreen or other windows, similar to how megatunix does it within the popout dashboards.
|+1 right click is a nice idea for this. Dave, escape gets you out too.|
Fixed in git hash: 7f351b8c9dacebe48cd8888f956fe8cab95b092d
GNOME no longer has the OS menu bar and task bar showing in front of the app when it is full screen. Also I'm told going full screen always works, where it used to sometimes just move the app to the origin and not go full screen. I'm told other little issues are gone too. Right now I think there is only one minor issue left, and there may be an issue in the tracker for it already. If not, I will add one.
The issue is that the app menu bar still sometimes does not get removed when going fullscreen on Linux.
|Fixed by some code that changed something that fixed something else that was broken and needed fixing.|
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