Re: [Gimp-developer] GIMP and wmii

On 03/29/2013 09:10 AM, Elle Stone wrote:
This is not a response to your request for which sections of Gimp code
are involved - sorry! However, wmii is a tiling window manager,
meaning it wants to put all windows side by side, no overlaps, perhaps
that is a clue to the behavior?

Probably no one has responded because wmii is not so commonly used as
other window managers. Would you be willing to install perhaps
another, non-tiling window manager (I use Icewm myself) to see if the
problem persists? That would help pinpoint whether tiling per se is
involved in the problem.

Also, does the odd behavior ever stop, with a resulting stable display
of the windows? Can you use/have you tried single-window mode?

I hved a similar problem with my dual-screen setup - the way I work around it is to switch to single-window mode and then switch back to multiple window mode, which I normally use.
On 3/29/13, Andrew Shadura <bugzilla tut by> wrote:

On Fri, 29 Mar 2013 17:34:39 +0400
Alexandre Prokoudine <alexandre prokoudine gmail com> wrote:

I wonder, how to understand the silence
Typically lack of replies means that nobody knows a possible solution.
Sorry about that :)
Well, as I said many times, I don't need a solution, I asked about
where to look for a specific piece of code, so I don't need to study
the whole source code of GIMP. I need to find the code which defines
the size of toolboxes which apparently fails to react properly to
oversized windows, so it withdraws the toolbox window. There are so
many modules which seem to be responsible for window management, that I
can't easily find what exactly every of them does.

WBR, Andrew

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