unable to maximize gtk window
Mon Sep 16 15:20:00 GMT 2013
On 11/09/2013 19:05, Simon wrote:
> On 12/09/2013 2:53 AM, Jon TURNEY wrote:
>> On 09/09/2013 15:43, Simon wrote:
>>>> Thanks for reporting this problem and the testcase.
>>>> I've added a patch improves the window hint conversion in multiwindow mode so
>>>> that the hint which gtk_window_maximize() sets is now recognized as
>>>> the window.
>>>> I've uploaded a snapshot at . Perhaps you could try that and see if it
>>>> improves things for you?
>>>> (This is a x86 binary. if you need an x64 binary, please let me know and I'll
>>>> generate one)
>>> Thanks, that appears to fix the testcase, but terminator still has the same
>>> problems, I'll try to find out what is happening there.
>> 'terminator -m' works correctly for me with that snapshot.
> It does for me too, but if I start terminator with no command line arguments
> (directly after I start x server), then maximize the window using the windows
> button, or by double clicking the title bar, I get a window that's not fully
This works for me, but this sounds like a different problem to the one you
There is a difference between a window asking to maximize itself (via the
appearance hint that gtk_window_maximize() sets), and using the window manager
to maximize using the frame controls (title bar double click or maximize button)
I'm not sure what you mean by 'not fully maximized', this seems different to
Perhaps the window may not get fully maximized as it's frame dimensions are
(should be?) constrained to ensure that they are an integer multiple of the
character cell size?
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