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Bad behavior at intersection of i3 + Chrome + Jenkins #3098
Will come back and update this with version once I'm at my work PC again.
URL to a logfile as per https://i3wm.org/docs/debugging.html:
Will come back and update this with logs once I'm at my work PC again.
What I did:
Laptop setup with a docking station and 3x external displays. Far left is "unbound" workspaces, ie when I am undocked they are all present/available, middle and right monitors are "output specific" workspaces that will fall back to the laptop display if undocked, but aren't normally created/accessible when not docked.
What I saw:
I am fairly confident it is a popup as when I move my mouse to another monitor the workspace I just left flashes crazily requesting attention (alerts). Once it gets into this state I have to hit Esc to cancel whatever invisible dialog is taking focus without being visible, and I can repeatably get into the state by attempting to close the tab or navigate to another page within the tab. The only way I can actually close the tab without triggering the state is by killing it via the Chrome Task Manager first, then since the page goes to "Something went wrong" I can close and reopen the tab and be correctly prompted to login without getting hung.
What I expected instead:
Sorry, I'd almost forgotten about this once I discovered there was kind of a workaround.