Comment 13 for bug 1802039

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In , Ian Peters (ipeters61) wrote : Re: [Bug 1802039]

Yeah I've been having trouble with it still in Ubuntu MATE 20.10. Also
appears to be an issue in Vivaldi.

On Mon, Feb 8, 2021 at 3:00 AM Alexander Browne <email address hidden>

> I haven't used MATE for a couple years now, so I'm not sure myself.
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> Title:
> Firefox without titlebar has visual glitches when
> maximizing/unmaximizing
> Status in Mozilla Firefox:
> New
> Status in firefox package in Ubuntu:
> Confirmed
> Bug description:
> There is a relatively new feature in Firefox that allows you to hide
> the title bar (I'm running Firefox 63.0), which is very helpful when
> you have a low resolution screen. However, when changing the
> maximization state, some visual gitches occur. I didn't notice this
> glitching when running Kubuntu or Ubuntu Budgie on two separate
> systems.
> To try this, go to your Firefox Menu, click Customize, and uncheck
> "Title Bar" at the bottom left. Then unmaximize the window and then
> remaximize it.
> What it's supposed to look like:
> Unmaximized (note the large transparent section):
> Remaximized (note the duplicate set of close buttons):
> Also another interesting bug I noticed...if you try to use Firefox in
> the no titlebar state with the global menu enabled (e.g. Contemporary,
> Cupertino, or Mutiny panel layouts), the window buttons are not placed
> correctly, being on the window border.
> Systems tried on:
> Laptop, Dell Latitude E5430 - Intel Core i3-3120M dual core with
> hyperthreading, 12 GB DDR3 Memory, Intel 4000 Graphics, Built-in LCD at
> 1366x768 (screenshots from this system)
> Desktop, Lenovo ThinkCentre M79 - AMD A4-6300B 3.7 GHz dual core, 8 GB
> DDR3 Memory, AMD 8370D Graphics, HP 2009f Monitor at 1600x900
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