Window rendering size LMDE/XFCE

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Window rendering size LMDE/XFCE

Postby lincruste on Mon May 28, 2012 7:50 am

Good morning.
Can someone please help me to fix a problem I have with XFCE on an Aspire One with a 1024x600 sized screen?
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As you can see on this screenshot, the window is too big and cannot be scrolled/resized.
Auto-hiding or resizing the "taskbar" at the bottom is no help.
Note that chromium or GIMP behave perfectly and match my screen size automatically, this issue seems to occur only with certain windows like parameters settings.
This is a fresh install of LMDE with XFCE with native screen resolution set.
Thank you for reading and please forgive my bad english.
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Re: Window rendering size LMDE/XFCE

Postby rekik on Tue May 29, 2012 8:52 am

Je ne sais pas si un réglage de xfce peut régler ton problème, mais j'ai eu un problème similaire avec evince et je l'ai facilement résolu grâce à l'incroyable devilspie (il est dans les dépôts officiels)
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Re: Window rendering size LMDE/XFCE

Postby lincruste on Fri Jun 01, 2012 5:08 am

Merci pour cet élément de réponse, je vais potasser un peu la doc de ce truc si je ne trouve rien d'autre, parce que là si je comprends bien il va falloir régler chaque fenêtre à dépanner. Bonne journée!
Version anglaise approximative:
Thanks for your reply, I'll check devilspie manual if I cannot find any better solution. (It seems to require specific settings for each window). Best regards.
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