Windows get shifted outside screen when (even sligtly) shifted on client side
|Reported by:||anygoe||Owned by:||anygoe|
|Keywords:||shift, resize, local window interaction, QT||Cc:|
After some fruitless attempts (playing around with different command line parameters, etc.) I am running out of ideas, with the following issue:
From my Win7-PC, (and leaving out additional parameters I tried, but which didn't help with my problem) I connect to my Linux PC (UBUNTU 14.04) using
xpra ssh/<usr>@<IP> --start=xterm
which works fine. In xterm, I start a docker emulation of another UBUNTU system, which gives me another xterm window on my Windows client. Again no problem there. Now, inside the docker, I start a user program, creating a bunch of (most probably QT-generated) GUIs. These are initially displayed correctly, but when I try to shift them on my local screen - even with only tiny movements, and independent in which direction I try to move) - they get pushed towards the lower right corner and finally disappear from the screen. Same happens, when I try to scale them ... scaling is "amplified" and windows are pushed to the lower right area.
Again, (just to be clear) there is no such behavior, when I move/scale the other (xterm) windows. Looks to me like this is a QT-related issue but I am not sure. I already tried to find related discussions here, but I didn't find any. So, has someone of you seen such a behavior (in any setup) before?
Thanks a lot in advance,