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Old 31st October 2011, 09:00 PM
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Question KDE Window Management Borked?

Perhaps its a product of my configs but windows seem to behave strangely in KWin. Clicking anywhere in the title bar produces a diagonal drag handle which sometimes behaves as a drag handle and other times as a standard cursor. Windows also seem to unmaximize randomly, though clicking on Maximize will actually minimize the window.

Is this just me (perhaps a misbehaving theme) or is anyone else seeing this?

UPDATE: After a bit more testing, it looks like this issue only occurs when many windows are open. Perhaps an issue in KWin with focus switching (I haven't torn into the source yet)?

Last edited by bbecker; 31st October 2011 at 09:41 PM.
 

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