Commit 07f533f6 authored by Rui Matos's avatar Rui Matos

window: Remove fullscreen_after_placement special case

This was introduced in commit c6793d47
to prevent window self-maximisation. It turns out that that bug seems
to have been fixed meanwhile in a different way since the reproducer
in https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=461927#c37 now works
fine with this special handling removed.

In fact, failing to set window->fullscreen immediately when loading
the initial set of X properties causes us to create a UI frame for a
window that sets _NET_WM_STATE_FULLSCREEN.

This, in turn, might cause the fullscreen constrain code to fail if
the window also sets min_width/min_height size hints to be the monitor
size since the UI frame size added to those makes the rectangle too
big to fit the monitor. If the window doesn't set these hints, we
fullscreen it but the window will get sized such that the UI frame is
taken into account while it really shouldn't (see the reproducer
above).

https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=753020
parent 10504b0f
......@@ -493,11 +493,10 @@ place_window_if_needed(MetaWindow *window,
if (window->placed || did_placement)
{
if (window->maximize_horizontally_after_placement ||
window->maximize_vertically_after_placement ||
window->fullscreen_after_placement)
window->maximize_vertically_after_placement)
{
/* define a sane saved_rect so that the user can unmaximize or
* make unfullscreen to something reasonable.
/* define a sane saved_rect so that the user can unmaximize to
* something reasonable.
*/
if (info->current.width >= info->work_area_monitor.width)
{
......@@ -525,15 +524,6 @@ place_window_if_needed(MetaWindow *window,
(window->maximize_vertically_after_placement ?
META_MAXIMIZE_VERTICAL : 0), &info->current);
if (window->fullscreen_after_placement)
{
window->saved_rect = info->current;
window->fullscreen = TRUE;
window->fullscreen_after_placement = FALSE;
g_object_notify (G_OBJECT (window), "fullscreen");
}
window->maximize_horizontally_after_placement = FALSE;
window->maximize_vertically_after_placement = FALSE;
}
......
......@@ -176,9 +176,6 @@ struct _MetaWindow
/* Whether the window is marked as urgent */
guint urgent : 1;
/* Whether we have to fullscreen after placement */
guint fullscreen_after_placement : 1;
/* Area to cover when in fullscreen mode. If _NET_WM_FULLSCREEN_MONITORS has
* been overridden (via a client message), the window will cover the union of
* these monitors. If not, this is the single monitor which the window's
......
......@@ -880,7 +880,6 @@ _meta_window_shared_new (MetaDisplay *display,
window->maximize_vertically_after_placement = FALSE;
window->minimize_after_placement = FALSE;
window->fullscreen = FALSE;
window->fullscreen_after_placement = FALSE;
window->fullscreen_monitors[0] = -1;
window->require_fully_onscreen = TRUE;
window->require_on_single_monitor = TRUE;
......
......@@ -810,7 +810,10 @@ reload_net_wm_state (MetaWindow *window,
else if (value->v.atom_list.atoms[i] == window->display->atom__NET_WM_STATE_SKIP_PAGER)
priv->wm_state_skip_pager = TRUE;
else if (value->v.atom_list.atoms[i] == window->display->atom__NET_WM_STATE_FULLSCREEN)
window->fullscreen_after_placement = TRUE;
{
window->fullscreen = TRUE;
g_object_notify (G_OBJECT (window), "fullscreen");
}
else if (value->v.atom_list.atoms[i] == window->display->atom__NET_WM_STATE_ABOVE)
window->wm_state_above = TRUE;
else if (value->v.atom_list.atoms[i] == window->display->atom__NET_WM_STATE_BELOW)
......
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