[Xquartz-dev] 1.4.0-apple8: monitor hotplugging
dscottbuch at mac.com
Mon May 5 20:20:36 PDT 2008
Done - Ticket #105 (new usability)
On May 5, 2008, at 5:46 PM, Jeremy Huddleston wrote:
> This issue was brought to my attention about 2 weeks ago with
> respect to xemacs via Apple's bug reporting system. I don't see it
> mentioned in trac anywhere, but please open a new bug report there,
> and I'll keep you updated of progress.
> There is one other issue in spaces with dialog boxes moving to
> another space rather than staying with the parent. I'm working with
> the spaces developers to try and get that resolved now... sorry no
> ETA... just "I'm working on it"
> On May 5, 2008, at 16:49, Scott Buchanan wrote:
>> I know the following isn't a new problem but I was wondering if was
>> on the list anywhere as things have been getting better with
>> spaces. We have a set of xview based programs. Using F8 and drag
>> it is now possible to move an xview window from space x to space
>> y. The problem is that once you activate a menu (in a pinnable
>> window) selection on a given instance of an application in a given
>> Space then all menu items for that instance are now stuck in that
>> Space even if you move the main program window to another Space.
>> If you then move the unpinned menu window with F8 the cursor
>> offsets of the windows are off so that, if the menu is the active
>> window, you move your cursor somewhere else (I haven't figured the
>> pattern) on the current Space to activate its choices. At this
>> point all new menus now appear in this new Space to which you moved
>> the unpinned window.
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>> On May 5, 2008, at 4:05 PM, Jeremy Huddleston wrote:
>>> I think I finally have a solution for monitor hotplugging. Please
>>> try out 1.4.0-apple8 if you're interested in multi-monitor support
>>> and specifically monitor hotplugging.
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