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Bug#349069: marked as done (openoffice.org: Bizzare menu placement when using remote X on Apple's Xquartz X server)

Your message dated Wed, 20 Feb 2008 00:42:24 +0200
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and subject line Re: Bug#349069: The 2nd Debian Openoffice.org bug triage - bug #349069
has caused the Debian Bug report #349069,
regarding openoffice.org: Bizzare menu placement when using remote X on Apple's Xquartz X server
to be marked as done.

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Package: openoffice.org
Version: 2.0.1-2
Severity: normal

When OpenOffice is displayed on Apple's Xquartz X server (remote X), it exhibits
the following bizzare behaviours:

1. If the window is maximized, the menu bar is displayed on the windows' title
   bar. This means that

   a. The menu bar may not be visible, because the title bar would obscure it

   b. Mousing over the title bar would reveal the menu bar, one menu at a time.
      If moused over the "File" menu, the close button etc will disappear because
      the "File" menu would obscure them

2. If the window is unmaximized, the menu bar is displayed somewhere outside the
   drawable area, resulting in some icons (buttons) in the window's title bar.

   a. These icons (buttons), instead of the menu bar, then exhibit the above-
      mentioned bizzare behaviours.

   b. The menu bar is also completely inaccessible because it is way up beyond the
      window's drawable area, above the title bar.

The above observations seem to indicate that OpenOffice, when run on Xquartz,
somehow thinks that the window is anchored at the top-left corner of the screen
(i.e., at the top-left curved corner in the Apple UI's menu bar).  Apparently it
does not know where the window's true coordinates are at.

-- System Information:
Debian Release: testing/unstable
  APT prefers unstable
  APT policy: (500, 'unstable'), (500, 'stable')
Architecture: i386 (i686)
Shell:  /bin/sh linked to /bin/bash
Kernel: Linux 2.4.28-ow1
Locale: LANG=zh_TW.Big5, LC_CTYPE=zh_TW.Big5 (charmap=BIG5)

Versions of packages openoffice.org depends on:
ii  openoffice.org-base           2.0.1-2    OpenOffice.org office suite - data
ii  openoffice.org-calc           2.0.1-2    OpenOffice.org office suite - spre
ii  openoffice.org-core           2.0.1-2    OpenOffice.org office suite archit
ii  openoffice.org-draw           2.0.1-2    OpenOffice.org office suite - draw
ii  openoffice.org-impress        2.0.1-2    OpenOffice.org office suite - pres
ii  openoffice.org-java-common    2.0.1-2    OpenOffice.org office suite Java s
ii  openoffice.org-math           2.0.1-2    OpenOffice.org office suite - equa
ii  openoffice.org-writer         2.0.1-2    OpenOffice.org office suite - word

openoffice.org recommends no packages.

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Version: 1:2.4.0~rc1-2

Ambrose Li wrote:
> Fixed in 2.4

Lior Kaplan

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