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Old 11-01-2008, 11:35 PM
"Stewart Midwinter"
 
Default issue with Eee PC

I just tried the latest ubuntu-umpc image on my Eee PC.* This time my wireless card was recogized, which is great. But I was unable to connect, possible because I couldn't see all of the dialog box wherein I enter my connection details.* Accordingly, when I hit Tab -* Enter, I may have been cancelling rather than hitting OK.


The reason I couldn't see all of the dialog box may be that the Eee PC has a screen res of 800x480, so the dialog was too tall. I try holding the Alt key while dragging the window, and that does move the window... but the title bar will not go above the top of the screen.*


How can I get windows to be able to be moved above the top of the screen?

thanks
Stewart


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Old 11-02-2008, 10:12 AM
Oliver Grawert
 
Default issue with Eee PC

hi,
Am Samstag, den 01.11.2008, 18:35 -0600 schrieb Stewart Midwinter:
> The reason I couldn't see all of the dialog box may be that the Eee PC
> has a screen res of 800x480, so the dialog was too tall. I try holding
> the Alt key while dragging the window, and that does move the
> window... but the title bar will not go above the top of the screen.
>
> How can I get windows to be able to be moved above the top of the
> screen?
you can set a gconf key for this:

gconftool-2 --type bool
--set /apps/compiz/plugins/move/allscreens/options/constrain_y false

(note, the above needs to be one line)
after setting this you should be able to move windows with alt+drag
above the upper screen edge, i'll try to pull that into a post release
bugfix update in ubuntu-mobile-default-settings soon.

ciao
oli
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