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Re: [opensuse] What's the New Double-White Desktop Border When Dragging Window in KDE44??
  • From: Patrick Shanahan <paka@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 14 Feb 2010 22:01:24 -0500
  • Message-id: <20100215030124.GF16236@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
* David C. Rankin <drankinatty@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> [02-14-10 20:57]:
What is the new double-white border that goes all the way around the
desktop that appears when you are dragging a window by its titlebar and
you move the cursor against any screen-edge?? What's it for? Could
whatever draws it be the new part of KDE44 that is breaking Gnome on
11.0? See:

Well, testing by opening a window and dragging it to the edge shows that
when the mouse pointer reaches screen edge a border defines a vertical
half of the screen and dropping the dragged object fills that "outline".
The same happens on the opposite half of the screen, and taking it to the
top occupies all of the window while the bottom does nothing.

Maybe a take-off on the Windoz 7 commercial?

ps: Why would KDE*anything* affect gnome? They utilize different
libraries for display.

ps1: KDE44 is not "stable" for 11.0,11.1. You have become a "tester" and
would be expected to file bug-reports/enhancement requests upon finding
conditions you consider "broken". Or, remain with "stable" offerings.

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