Re: [Sawfish] Window dimensions are off by 226x238 when set via Window Rules

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After a pretty...well, funny scavenger-hunt (I don't speak much C, even
less Lisp) through the source I think I can pinpoint the issue:

In /usr/local/share/sawfish/lisp/sawfish/wm/window.jl, this gets called
    (resize-window-with-hints w cols rows #!optional hints)
instead of
    (resize-window-with-hints* w width height #!optional hints)

I think that is the issue. Though, from there I lost the trail and I'm
unable to figure out *why* the wrong overload is called...well, if that
even is an overload and if it even is wrong that this gets called, as I
said I don't speak Lisp.

Hope that helps.

On Wed, 27 Jun 2012 02:19:55 +0200
fuchur <flohtransporter@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi,
> 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,
> >Bobby
> >
> What happens if you move "~/.sawfish" to ~/.sawfish-old" and restart
> sawfish? If that than work it is something wrong with your customer
> settings/scrips.

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