#8 manual resizing

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Gtk2 GUI (6)
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2007-04-04
2003-10-29
No

The current system for setting the grab window is actually really good -- the default can be specified
in .Xdefaults, the selection icon lets you draw a rectangle, or simply click the window. So my request is low priority.

Still, it would be nice to be able to manually resize the capture window by pulling on the red lines.

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  • David Liontooth

    David Liontooth - 2003-10-29
    • priority: 5 --> 3
     
  • David Liontooth

    David Liontooth - 2003-10-29
    • priority: 3 --> 1
     
  • Karl H. Beckers

    Karl H. Beckers - 2003-11-04

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    (accepted)
    will be integrated in future GTK2 GUI

     
  • Karl H. Beckers

    Karl H. Beckers - 2003-11-04

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    (category change)
    If nobody objects, I'd rather not backport this to the Xt
    GUI after
    having put it into the Gtk GUI.

     
  • Karl H. Beckers

    Karl H. Beckers - 2003-11-04
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  • Karl H. Beckers

    Karl H. Beckers - 2003-11-11

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    (update)
    This is going to be more complicated than expected if
    the selection frame is supposed to stay always on top
    of other windows (as I feel it'd best)
    More research required.
    Karl.

     
  • David Liontooth

    David Liontooth - 2003-12-15

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    Keep us posted! It would be really useful, for instance when
    capturing applications that have more than one windows.

    I agree that ideally (and eventually), the capture frame
    should stay on top, but I wouldn't mind if the resizing put
    the frame at some point behind other windows -- that's a
    minor drawback. If you're manually resizing the frame, the
    parts you don't move presumably stay where they were.

    Cheers,
    David

     
  • Karl H. Beckers

    Karl H. Beckers - 2007-04-04
    • status: open --> closed
     
  • Karl H. Beckers

    Karl H. Beckers - 2007-04-04

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    done

     

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