[Xquartz-dev] XQ278rc2 is causing large 'hidden border' for me.
Jeremy Huddleston Sequoia
jeremyhu at apple.com
Mon Oct 12 20:09:23 PDT 2015
Can you try installing 2.7.8_rc1, backing up /Applications/Utilities/XQuartz.app/Contents/MacOS/X11.bin, updating to 2.7.8_rc2, and then replacing that file with the old one?
I suspect this is a regression from http://cgit.freedesktop.org/~jeremyhu/xserver/commit/?h=server-1.16-apple&id=cac50177f99fb819bfaeea1f2ac33e38fc574eb3
> On Oct 12, 2015, at 19:59, SciFi <sci-fi at hush.ai> wrote:
> The rc2 that was just released
> is causing a 'hidden border'
> along the top of every x11 window.
> The 'native' OSX apps do not experience this.
> Nor does the previous rc1 release.
> I have the "X11 root window" option turned 'off'/Un-checked.
> I'll do a screen grab to try showing this
> (if attachments will work thru this maillist).
> At any rate:
> The screengrab shows 3 of my Pan windows (usenet reader for GNome/X11)
> in front of the OSX Activity Monitor window.
> I've already tried dragging the Pan windows as high as they're allowed to go with 278rc2 running,
> showing around a 50-pixel gap there.
> This gap was not there when running 278rc1 and prior
> meaning I could drag any window to use the full area on the hardware LCD screen.
> Note my personal life has not changed any at all ---
> I am still on Disability with No End in Sight,
> I am still running OSX-10.6.8 on the same model "iMac6,1"
> which is explained here,
> I cannot afford to upgrade at all (even to 'join' the MAS to get 'free' apps etc since MAS still needs proof-of-purchase mechanism from me)
> so updates to OSX-10.7 etc will not happen.
> I've been unable to boot-up various ISO disk images properly for running open-source systems
> (can explain this separately -- I'd much-rather switch to such a system if able to boot it up fully).
> When this machine dies, I will be without a 'puter and without a primary source of communication,
> so any help is greatly appreciated
> and I'm unashamedly asking for it here among other places.
> Thank you.
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