[sip-comm-dev] Systray icon show/hide doesn't honor maximized window


#1

Just to add one thing - I tried the same on Gnome. Since there's no automatic window borders clipping there, the issue reproduces only in the case of maximized window.

--Pavel Tankov

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----- Original Message ----
From: Pavel Tankov <tankov_pavel@yahoo.com>
To: dev@sip-communicator.dev.java.net
Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2007 5:33:45 PM
Subject: [sip-comm-dev] Systray icon show/hide doesn't honor maximized window

Hello Devs,

I just felt like sharing this thought with you.

Firstly, how did I come across this issue when noone uses IM clients in a maximized mode. :slight_smile: Well, I work under KDE and we have the window manager automatically clip window edges when they are close to the ends of the screen, or to other window borders. So, when I run sip-communicator I normally place it on the rightmost side of my screen, stretched up and down all the way until it KDE clips its top and bottom window borders to the top and bottom ends of my desktop.

So I noticed that when I used the systray icon to hide/show the main window, it didn't come back stretched as it was originally. Please, note that the issue doesn't reproduce with horizontal stretching - only vertical. Then I thought this might have something to do with maximized windows and tried that. It reproduced again - after hide/show the main sip-communicator window didn't come back maximixed as it was.

Regards,
--Pavel Tankov

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#2

Hi Pavel,

good catch! I've reproduced the problem and I found out what causes it. I've created an issue for this: https://sip-communicator.dev.java.net/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=311

There are some other things that should be fixed together with the problem you mentioned, like per example the window should not be minimized when clicking on the systray, but should be hidden instead.

I'll try to fix all this these days.

Thanks a lot for your mail! I found the problem very easily with your help:)

Yana

Pavel Tankov wrote:

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Just to add one thing - I tried the same on Gnome. Since there's no automatic window borders clipping there, the issue reproduces only in the case of maximized window.

--Pavel Tankov

----- Original Message ----
From: Pavel Tankov <tankov_pavel@yahoo.com>
To: dev@sip-communicator.dev.java.net
Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2007 5:33:45 PM
Subject: [sip-comm-dev] Systray icon show/hide doesn't honor maximized window

Hello Devs,

I just felt like sharing this thought with you.

Firstly, how did I come across this issue when noone uses IM clients in a maximized mode. :slight_smile: Well, I work under KDE and we have the window manager automatically clip window edges when they are close to the ends of the screen, or to other window borders. So, when I run sip-communicator I normally place it on the rightmost side of my screen, stretched up and down all the way until it KDE clips its top and bottom window borders to the top and bottom ends of my desktop.

So I noticed that when I used the systray icon to hide/show the main window, it didn't come back stretched as it was originally. Please, note that the issue doesn't reproduce with horizontal stretching - only vertical. Then I thought this might have something to do with maximized windows and tried that. It reproduced again - after hide/show the main sip-communicator window didn't come back maximixed as it was.

Regards,
--Pavel Tankov

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