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Re: hyperactive resizing with CSD

This is definitely a bug. It sounds like GTK+ is thinking the button
is pressed when the mouse rolls over the window. Do you know if this
happens with any other WMs besides xfwm? I'll take a look if I get
some spare time.

On Fri, Jul 24, 2015 at 6:19 PM, Allin Cottrell <cottrell@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I'm running on Xfce (both current ARCH and Fedora 22 variants) a number of
> applications that are linked against GTK 3.16 and employ CSD. (Their home
> base is gnome.)
> For the most part these applications work OK (earlier "teething" problems
> such as doubled title bars having been resolved) but I'm seeing a remaining
> problem that's very annoying: these apps (evince is my paradigm case, but
> probably just because I use it much more than the others) want to resize
> themselves at the drop of a hat.
> If I go into evince with the mouse -- aiming to move the program by its
> title bar, to click a button, to click a "twisty" to navigate the left-hand
> contents pane, or to select some text -- some high percentage of the time it
> goes into "resize-me" mode: any further mouse motion resizes the window,
> until I click somewhere, being very careful to avoid any motion in the
> click.
> No other applications on my system behave in this way, only GTK 3.16 CSD
> ones. Other windows go into resizing mode only if I deliberately grab and
> drag a portion of the window frame. Is there any way to overcome this?
> --
> Allin Cottrell
> Department of Economics
> Wake Forest University
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