On 2017-02-09 13:05, Frederic Crozat wrote:
Le jeudi 09 février 2017 à 13:00 +0100, Michael Hofmann a écrit :
I'm experiencing a strange glitch in GNOME applications like gnome-terminal or gedit, which support a title- and border-less fullscreen mode. Before I file a bug, I'd like to know if someone can reproduce the following behavior:
1.) Start gnome-terminal (or gedit) in GNOME on Wayland 2.) Press F11 to enter fullscreen mode 3.) Press F11 again to switch back to windowed mode
What I'm seeing is that the application flickers and sometimes shows window decorations at the top shortly, but it stays in fullscreen mode. After pressing F11 repeatedly, the applications sometimes manages to switch back to a normal window, but always in maximized state; i.e. the original geometry is lost.
This seems to happen only on Wayland. X11 works fine. I also couldn't reproduce this behavior on another distro. Could someone who is running Tumbleweed + Wayland + GNOME please try and let me know if it happens for them, too?
No issue on a update TW (Intel chipset). It looks like a graphic driver (or Mesa) bug..
Weird, I'm also using an up-to-date TW installation with Intel graphics. Anyway, thank you for your help! I suppose it's only a problem with my local system then.