Re: Gnome-core

I'm seeing this on Solaris 2.5.1 on an Ultra 1 running gnome "latest"
stuff. The more bogged down the system, the better. Run about 5 big
makes simultaneously. Open 20 terms and cat a 10 meg text file in each
one. Whatever it takes... Then play with the panel. It's been doing
this a long time. I'm using enlightenment also... if that's a
factor... and the panel is on the bottom (the default position?)


>>>>> "NotZed" == NotZed  <> writes:

    NotZed> My turn .. does it with AmiWM too ... 

    NotZed> but only if the panel is on the bottom or right border.

    NotZed>  Michael

    >> George wrote:
    >> > 
    >> > On Tue, Oct 12, 1999 at 10:55:50AM +0200, Laurent Gauthier wrote:
    >> > > > -
    >> > > >   the panel has some drawing problem when using auto-hide, it does jump
    >> > > >   too far when the mouse passes over it while reducing
    >> > >
    >> > > I submitted this one in the GNOME bug tracking system a few month ago,
    >> > > but I've had no news about it so far.
    >> > 
    >> > That's because we can't find it.  If you look at the code, it doesn't make
    >> > any sense that it would do that.  Also I can't reproduce it here on my alpha
    >> > so I assume you have to be quicker then the computer somewhere.
    >> I can see it here (on a K6II-350 with gnome-core 1.0.7 and Enlightenment).
    >> Though it is pretty hard to reproduce. I think it is easier to see if you
    >> set the auto-hide animation speed down to 1.
    >> Put your mouse on the panel so it pops up. Then move the mouse off so it
    >> starts to auto-hide. Then move it back on to the panel very quickly.
    >> The panel is displayed too high for a few moments.
    >> If you tell me where the auto-hide/restore code is I'll read through it.
    >> (Also, the panel doesn't always pop up when I move the mouse onto it.
    >> But I have a fairly old gnome-core so this may be fixed.)
    >> Damon
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