When first started, GIMP's Layer Dock was almost completely off screen to the right
Submitted by sco..@..ol.com
Created attachment 350510 Screenshot showing GIMP's Layers+ Dock almsot totally off the screen on the right.
I just installed the latest Lubuntu (17.04) and installed the latest standard GIMP in my repositories (2.8.20-1). The Layers/Channels/Paths/Undo/Brushes/Patterns/Gradients combined dock ( Whew! - is there a shorter name for this initially standard opening combo dock?) was so far to the right on my screen that I had to snag it with Alt-Drag (see screenshot). I am using the proprietary NVidia 304 package (which I have been automatically installing since (so far) Nouveau always manages to crash something I try to use; I have not actually tried it yet with the new Lubuntu, I suppose I ought to try one day...), and my monitor is set to a resolution of 1792x1344 (where DO they get these wierd coordinates?) Since GIMP remembers window placement between sessions, and I moved the window dock so that it was entirely visible, this is obviously no longer a problem, but it would look bad for a new user of GIMP, and not everyone knows about Alt-Drag to lasso straying windows...
#21 (closed)-Ubuntu SMP Thu Apr 6 17:04:57 UTC 2017 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux scott@scott-ASUS-M2N68-AMPLUS:~$ lsb_release -dsc Ubuntu 17.04 zesty scott@scott-ASUS-M2N68-AMPLUS:~$ echo $DESKTOP_SESSION Lubuntu scott@scott-ASUS-M2N68-AMPLUS:~$ gimp --version GNU Image Manipulation Program version 2.8.20scott@scott-ASUS-M2N68-AMPLUS:~$ uname -a Linux scott-ASUS-M2N68-AMPLUS 4.10.0-19-generic
If there is any other info that would help, let me know... -Scott