GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 602380
Shaded windows lost after workspace change
Last modified: 2015-03-13 17:34:35 UTC
1. Shade a window.
2. Switch to another workspace.
3. Return to previous workspace.
Any shaded windows are invisible ("minimized", I suppose, if that term is still appropriate in a no-window-list world). They're not gone. You can still get them from the workspace overview or from Alt+Tab. But they're not visible as a shaded window anymore.
*** Bug 660509 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Created attachment 197804 [details] [review]
theme: Shaded windows should have no invisible borders
Shaded windows aren't resizable, so they gain no benefits from
Simple fix, planted on top of the bug in 659854.
Er, this doesn't fix the cause of the bug, just an extra thing I noticed: You can click on the invisible portions of a shaded window, even though you can't resize them. I probably should have filed it as a separate bug.
Review of attachment 197804 [details] [review]:
Superseded by the fix in bug 659854
I am also experiencing the same behavior. Though I've yet to test it, I don't believe the patch in #659854 will resolve this issue. The titlebar for any shaded windows is in-fact hidden upon changing workspaces.
(In reply to comment #5)
> I don't believe the patch in #659854 will resolve this issue.
See comment #9; this issue is way older than invisible borders, so not related.
Retested this after fixing bug 746145, and shaded windows behave as expected with regard to workspace switches now. So I'll close this as obsolete, please reopen if you can reproduce with 3.16