[Bugs] #2180 HIGH: Sugar emulator, when run on 800x600 resolution, faces cropping

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Fri Sep 3 11:10:12 EDT 2010

#2180: Sugar emulator, when run on 800x600 resolution, faces cropping
    Reporter:  dipankar  |          Owner:  dipankar
        Type:  defect    |         Status:  assigned
    Priority:  High      |      Milestone:  0.88    
   Component:  sugar     |        Version:  0.88.x  
    Severity:  Major     |       Keywords:  r!      
Distribution:  Ubuntu    |   Status_field:  Assigned
Changes (by dipankar):

  * priority:  Unspecified by Maintainer => High
  * severity:  Unspecified => Major
  * status_field:  New => Assigned
  * milestone:  Unspecified by Release Team => 0.88

Old description:

> When the sugar emulator is run at system resolution of 800x600, some
> cropping is noticed. Cropping is due to the task panels and window title
> bar of emulator.
> Below 800x600, the emulator runs in full screen.

New description:

 Bug Description:
 When the system resolution is changed to 800x600, and the emulator is ran,
 the emulator window is pushed down out of visible area. This leads to a
 situation where the bottom portion of the emulator is not visible.

 This is a specific issue that only happens because the emulator resolution
 is the same at the monitor resolution.

 Probable reason:
 The task panels of Ubuntu and title bar of emulator window, are pushing
 the window downward, leaving reduced visible space for sugar.

 Steps to reproduce:
 1. Set the system resolution to 800x600.
 2. Start the emulator.
 3. Some portion from bottom in Sugar is not visible.


Ticket URL: <http://bugs.sugarlabs.org/ticket/2180#comment:6>
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