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Re: Gnome Panel Creates Window Offsetting
On 21/02/12 08:11, Stefanos Apostolopoulos wrote:
The obvious solution would be to make the close button touch the top
and left borders of the screen. This way, you can just throw your
mouse up-left and click without aiming, as per Fitt's law.
If someone is going poking about in that area it would be kind of nice
to remove the phantom close button on the other monitors for focussed
maximised applications. Bug links for reference:
A bug was reported ~9 months ago or so, but apparently there were
bigger fish to fry first - so the close button is offset by (x,y) =
(2,1) pixels making it very hard to click.
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