Created attachment 105836 [details]
A typical file that I can't unmaximize
Problem description: Recently LO has stopped unmaximizing files. That is, if the file window is maximized, there is no way to change its size. Neither clicking on the upper right plus sign nor hitting alt-F5 will do anything. This is definitely a bug. There's no problem about minimizing the file.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Maximize file
2. Try to unmaximize
Current behavior: Nothing happens
Expected behavior: Window size becomes adjustable
Operating System: Linux (Other)
Version: 22.214.171.124 release
I highly doubt that a file will cause maximization problems (that’s handled by window managers — what desktop environment do you use?).
Unless you actually meant to refer to per-document zoom — is that what you mean?
I doubt it too, but at least you have it if nothing else will reproduce the bug. The fact is that some files don't show this problem.
I'm using Linux Mint 17 with Mate.
Works fine for me without any problem!
LinuxMint 17 Cinnamon
LO 126.96.36.199 Build id.: 420m0(Build:3)
Unable to reproduce, setting to WFM.
Ubuntu 14.10 64-bit Version: 188.8.131.52.alpha2+
Build ID: 5bff4b016c4b44f4123e0e6a4fd4c0c4dc0cfa2d
TinderBox: Linux-rpm_deb-x86_64@46-TDF-dbg, Branch:master, Time: 2014-11-13_00:14:29
I suspect the problem may have to do with the fact that I use a Thinkvision 24" monitor under the built-in graphics of an AMD A8-3850 2.9GHz quad-core CPU
in portrait mode. I suggest someone who has such a monitor try it.
(In reply to sivin from comment #5)
> I suspect the problem may have to do with the fact that I use a Thinkvision
> 24" monitor under the built-in graphics of an AMD A8-3850 2.9GHz quad-core
> in portrait mode. I suggest someone who has such a monitor try it.
It can't be because of your monitor, but let's tackle this in another way: can you create a live USB of some other distro that ships LibO by default (Ubuntu maybe) and try your problematic file with it?
You might also try Mint MATE live on some other machine and see, if you can reproduce the problem. This way we can see, if it's because of MATE.
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