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Re: [wmx] wmx window frame problem with Apple X11 full screen modeDave Plonka
- Wed Dec 17 00:55:22 2003
An update regarding my previous post:
I found that the problem described below also happens with both wmx and twm:
so its less likely to be a window-manager bug.
I should have tested with another window-manager, but I figured they'd
have tested it with twm since it ships with Apple's X11 (where as wmx
I guess I'll take it up with Apple or in an Apple x11 mailing list - if
there is one.
On Mon, Dec 15, 2003 at 02:16:31PM -0600, Dave Plonka wrote:
> As a previous thread mentioned, wmx does work on Apple's XFree86-based
> X11. However, I'm experiencing a cosmetic problem when used with X11
> "Full Screen" mode. IMO, this is the only real way to run wmx
> otherwise you can't use the click-on-background operations, such as
> changing channels.
> Here's the problem: the window frames don't get drawn properly whenever
> you leave the full screen mode, and then return to it. For instance,
> every time you visit a native OS X application, then return to an X11
> I'm using wmx-6pl1 in combination with Apple's X11 v1.0 under OS X
> version 10.3.1. (Apple's X11 v1.0 is based on XFree86 4.3.0.)
> Since a picture is said to be worth a thousand words, I've included a
> summary and screenshots here:
> Thanks for any hints,
> P.S. If anyone else out there is using wmx with Apple X11's Full
> Screen mode, here's a useful hint:
> Configure Expose so that "Application Windows" is in the lower right
> (same place as wmx exit menu) and configure "All Windows" on a
> different corner - I use the lower left.
> This allows you to easily select native OS X applications by moving the
> mouse pointer to the "All Windows" corner without interference by wmx.
> Also, since Expose's "Application Windows" is useless in X11's Full
> Screen mode with wmx (because of channels), you might as well configure
> it on the same corner as wmx' exit menu.
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