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Re: Eclipse running on debian with remote display to cygwin X11 starts all squashed to a point
>>>>> Jon Turney <email@example.com>:
> It might also be worth trying adding the '-extension RANDR' option to
> the X server, to disable RANDR.
Thanks! I will try this, before I try the new version.
> Well, with those details, I was able to reproduce some weird behaviour
> (not working menus, oddly placed windows), although not exactly what
> you see.
> You didn't mention if any warnings are written by eclipse to the terminal?
There's only one message but it doesn't look relevant to this:
org.eclipse.m2e.logback.configuration: The org.eclipse.m2e.logback.configuration bundle was activated before the state location was initialized. Will retry after the state location is initialized.
(emacs outputs a heap of GTk messages, though. But it comes up normally,
so that probably isn't relevant)
> That seems to be related to certain versions of GTK+ getting confused
> by the RANDR data provided by XWin and ending up believing the display
> is 0x0 pixels in size.
> I've built a snapshot with some potential fixes. Perhaps you could try
> that and see if it improves things for you?
Ok I will try this and see how it works out. I will report back both
the results of both this version and the "-extension RANDR".
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