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sf::Window::setSize does not Resize Window without sf::Style::Resize Flag #466

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tomgalvin594 opened this Issue Sep 15, 2013 · 3 comments

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tomgalvin594 commented Sep 15, 2013

If a sf::Window (or sf::RenderWindow) is created without the sf::Style::Resize flag, sf::Window::setSize does not change the size of the window. This is confirmed to happen in Linux / Mate desktop environment, both in SFML 2.0 and SFML 2.1. See pertinent thread here: http://en.sfml-dev.org/forums/index.php?topic=12952.0.

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In my (brief) test, this does not happen with SFML 2.1 on Windows 8.

archshift commented Sep 21, 2013

In my (brief) test, this does not happen with SFML 2.1 on Windows 8.

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Please read the forum post before commenting. The problem is clearly identified (Linux only) and a fix has already been provided.

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LaurentGomila commented Sep 21, 2013

Please read the forum post before commenting. The problem is clearly identified (Linux only) and a fix has already been provided.

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Yeah, I read the forum post right after I made the comment, and then was conflicted about whether I should have deleted my comment.

archshift commented Sep 21, 2013

Yeah, I read the forum post right after I made the comment, and then was conflicted about whether I should have deleted my comment.

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