Author Topic: Linux x64 3 way merge has no window max/min, exiting hides "save changes" dialog  (Read 126 times)

TKasparek

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Ubuntu 16.04.2
It is really inconvenient to have to manually resize the window every time for 3 way merge and DIFFzilla instead of just hitting maximize. This doesn't look to be changing for SE 2017... Any comments from the SE team, I'm pretty sure these are available in Windows version.

Also, I've been consistently seeing that if I open a 3-way merge or diff and have changes but try to just x out of the program the "Do you wish to save changes ..." dialog is not in focus and hidden behind the merge/diff tool. I have to click away and back to get it in focus.

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I will take a look at these.

TKasparek

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Hey Dan,
Were you able to get anywhere on this?

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I have not forgotten.  I will try to get it into beta 3.

Dan

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It is really inconvenient to have to manually resize the window every time for 3 way merge and DIFFzilla instead of just hitting maximize. This doesn't look to be changing for SE 2017... Any comments from the SE team, I'm pretty sure these are available in Windows version.
They seem to be there on Ubuntu 16.04 as well.  On the left side, there's a round button with an X, and another with a square. The square is maximize.  Do you not see this?  It's possible it's a window manager thing, but I'm using the default one.

Also, I've been consistently seeing that if I open a 3-way merge or diff and have changes but try to just x out of the program the "Do you wish to save changes ..." dialog is not in focus and hidden behind the merge/diff tool. I have to click away and back to get it in focus.

I can't reproduce this one either.  In fact, I can't make it drop behind.

What window manager are you using?