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jEdit: Dialog rendered with (nearly) 0x0 #1069

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i3bot opened this issue Aug 26, 2013 · 3 comments
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jEdit: Dialog rendered with (nearly) 0x0 #1069

i3bot opened this issue Aug 26, 2013 · 3 comments
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@i3bot i3bot commented Aug 26, 2013

[Originally reported by gentoo@…]
(When opening a dialog from jEdit, the window is mapped for a split second and then resized to nearly 0x0.

This behavior is introduced with commit 0c7a76c (checked by reverting it). Of course, simply reverting it introduces the other issues (as given in #934).

Using [[http://www.jedit.org/index.php?page=download|jEdit]], this is can always be reproduced by using "Utilities -> Global Options".

Attached logfile is the part where the dialog is opened and rendered.

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@stapelberg stapelberg commented Aug 27, 2013

Can reproduce it, but don’t know when I will get around to looking at this in detail.

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@i3bot i3bot commented Oct 4, 2013

[Original comment by tony@…]

This patch fixes it for me http://cr.i3wm.org/patch/249

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@i3bot i3bot commented Oct 9, 2013

[Original comment by Tony Crisci]

This ticket was fixed in commit http://c.i3wm.org/05e46848:

Reply to _NET_REQUEST_FRAME_EXTENTS correctly

Reply to _NET_REQUEST_FRAME_EXTENTS by settings _NET_FRAME_EXTENTS
property of the window to widths of the respective borders added by i3.

fixes #1093
fixes #1069

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