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|0004631||ardour||bugs||public||2012-01-12 16:26||2012-10-18 09:24|
|Target Version||3.X||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0004631: GUI window z-order|
|Description||If I detach the transport from the main window and then close the transport, I have no easy way getting it back (?)|
I can breifly see the transport while launching the session again and if I move main window and mixer (if open) the transport is there.
|Additional Information||There is no setting inside Ardour to toggle Transport view on/of that I have found that would make this easier.|
This may be a window manager thing (running Xbuntu 11.10 with XFCE4 but I have no issues in other programs.
The same goes for any other detachable parts but I don't know their names :-)
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|Attached Files|| Ardour_Detached - 01272012 - 08:08:20 PM.png [^] (28,195 bytes) 2012-01-27 11:16
|there should be no decoration (including "close" buttons) around the tearoff windows. if your WM is putting it there, it is ignoring a request from ardour to not do so.|
Ok, I guess LXDE with it? WM doesn cope well with this feature then.
If I detach the transport and click on the canvas, the transport will disappear z-wise to below my main and mixer windows. But this is not arduors fault.
The wm doesnt give the window it's own window handle though.
See attached image.
|Sorry, meant xfce, not lxde|
|Your image does show the WM giving the tearoff its own decoration or "handle". there should be *no* title bar above the tearoff. in addition, the tearoff is set to "keep above" which should prevent the z-order mess you describe. apparently your WM needs some help :)|
|ok, I'll give it a kick :-)|
|Did you manage to get this sorted out?|
Have not tested any other VMs yet but I belive this is not an Ardour thing.
Are all others using fat stuff like gnome or kde ?
Avlinux defaults to xfce if i remember correctly so this should be a fairly common issue ?
Tested in AVlinux (debian) and avlinux is using lxde instead of xfce that I first stated.
The problem seems to be the same in lxde and the wm does not care about aurdour wants to create a windows without decorations.
There is an option to remove the decoration however but that is a "right click manual thing"
|this appears not to be an ardour issue, but there maybe something we can do to get better behaviour out of more window managers. i'm moving it to the post-3.0 list.|
|2012-01-12 16:26||ahellquist||New Issue|
|2012-01-13 01:27||cth103||cost||=> 0.00|
|2012-01-13 01:27||cth103||Target Version||=> 3.0-beta3|
|2012-01-27 09:37||paul||Note Added: 0012682|
|2012-01-27 11:14||ahellquist||Note Added: 0012687|
|2012-01-27 11:15||ahellquist||Note Added: 0012688|
|2012-01-27 11:16||ahellquist||File Added: Ardour_Detached - 01272012 - 08:08:20 PM.png|
|2012-01-27 12:52||paul||Note Added: 0012689|
|2012-01-27 18:43||ahellquist||Note Added: 0012692|
|2012-02-14 09:20||paul||Target Version||3.0-beta3 => 3.0 beta4|
|2012-04-01 08:13||cth103||Note Added: 0013060|
|2012-04-01 08:13||cth103||Status||new => feedback|
|2012-04-11 17:48||ahellquist||Note Added: 0013117|
|2012-04-18 11:15||ahellquist||Note Added: 0013139|
|2012-04-23 14:55||cth103||Status||feedback => acknowledged|
|2012-05-23 08:08||cth103||Target Version||3.0 beta4 => 3.0|
|2012-10-18 09:24||paul||Note Added: 0014101|
|2012-10-18 09:24||paul||Target Version||3.0 => 3.X|
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