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I've already removed it but that did not change the behavior.
Additionally I was able to reproduce this behavior on my laptop.
I'm seeing this reproducable with 1.5.3 (installed via apt),
1.8.2 (from source) and now 1.9 (from source).
It's confusing as setting the sizes via Devil's Pie or wmctrl
works fine, and Sawfish also does remember the dimensions correctly
via the window history. Only setting it in the Window Rules yields
I do not want to exclude that that's a problem with my setup,
but I'm not sure about that either. That happens with the three
mentioned versions above, either in a custom X-Session, Gnome2 or
Xfce session on Ubuntu 11.04 and 12.04...did not try to start
Sawfish stand-alone, though...will do that when I'm home.
On Wed, Jun 27, 2012 at 02:19:55AM +0200, fuchur wrote:
> On Wed, 27 Jun 2012 00:18:15 +0200
> wrote "Robert 'Bobby' Zenz" <Robert.Zenz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> >Hello everyone again.
> >I take that back, it is *not* always off by 226x238, that only is
> >correct for gconf-editor. xterm when set to 500x500 goes to 3000x1500
> >or so, and the xfce4 appearance dialog gets resized to roughly
> >800x1000. So this depends on the window sawfish is trying to resize.
> >So far I'm still out of ideas.
> >Best Regards,
> What happens if you move "~/.sawfish" to ~/.sawfish-old" and restart
> sawfish? If that than work it is something wrong with your customer
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