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> Icewm On Beta4?, Panel "dissappears" and windows resize
alee16
post Jul 30 2006, 12:05 PM
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I really like using Icewm because it seems to be the fastest Window Manager for programs I use (gnomesword mostly). The main problem I have with it is that when I plug in a USB device using the USB Host cable (this is an SL-C1000) or unplug a USB device, then the panel seems to "dissappear" and if I maximize a window it leaves about 1/3 of the desktop showing on the right-hand side and I can't see the bottom of the window. It's almost like it has resized to 480x640?

I'm running beta4, please give me any suggestions. The only solution I have so far is to logout and log back in (which is time-consuming). Please Help!!! smile.gif

If screenshots would help, could someone tell me what command takes screenshots? Thanks!
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post Jul 30 2006, 01:29 PM
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Do it do it under regular matchbox/openbox?

By letting us know this... it will determine if it is a IceWM issue... or just a general bug...

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post Jul 30 2006, 01:33 PM
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QUOTE(InSearchOf @ Jul 30 2006, 05:29 PM)
Do it do it under regular matchbox/openbox?

By letting us know this... it will determine if it is a IceWM issue... or just a general bug...

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No, it's only under IceWM, not a general bug. Thanks for asking! I'm using icewm because it seems to have snappier response, but may have to fall back on matchbox if I can't get this problem resolved.
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