Running current compiz from git (`compiz --version` == 0.3.7), the following occurs:
1. Start a compiz/gnome session and launch gnome-terminal (or anything else)
2. Maximize gnome-terminal (e.g. by clicking the max button on the title bar)
3. Click on the title bar of the maximized window (button 1)
Expected result: nothing much
Actual result: whatever is behind the gnome-terminal window receives the mouse
click (typically the desktop)
This happens when using any type of window decoration (including the built-in
decoration). It happens with any application window, and any mouse button. It
also happens if the window is just maximized vertically.
Version 0.3.6 did not have this bug. I earlier mentioned this problem in a
comment on Bug #9257, and incorrectly stated there that this problem only
occurred with kde-window-decorator.
Sounds like frame window used for input is not updated correctly for some
reason. It works just fine for me so I don't know exactly where to look but I'll
see if I can't figure out what could be wrong sometime soon.
You can use git-bisect to track down the commit that caused this problem. Doing
that would be very helpful.
dc5833fcb4b0c3cd2dfc0a81e7a7209a3104e40f is first bad commit
Ah. This bug is reproducible only if you turn *off* the "Maximize effect" in the
Should be fixed now.
Yes, I can't reproduce the bug now with the latest version.