Holding down the Meta/Super/Windows/Apple key does allow the "unmovable"
window to move. Until Gnome "fixes" that capability, by removing it.
Using this workaround, I can now use the backend preferences window.
I am surprised that I didn't find a bug report on this already. I guess I
can make one, as soon as I learn how to do that.
On Sat, Sep 17, 2016 at 6:15 AM, Christoph Gysin <christoph.gy...@gmail.com>
> This seems to be a bug in GPA. Nevertheless, you should be able to
> move/resize the window to see the hidden options and buttons. I don't
> use gnome, but I believe the default shortcuts are holding down the
> Meta/Super/Windows/Apple key, then click and drag with
> left/right/middle? mouse button to resize/move the window.
> On Sat, Sep 17, 2016 at 6:10 AM, Francis Gerund via arch-general
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hello.
> > Running Arch x86-64, Gnome 3, Linux 4.7.4-1-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Thu Sep
> > 15:24:29 CEST 2016 x86_64 GNU/Linux. Screeen is 15" 1366 x 768, 60 Hz.
> > In GNU Privacy Assistant, when I open the "backend preferences" window,
> > opens with the "basic" options selected, correctly sized. But when I
> > select either the "advanced" or "options", the window expands well below
> > the lower screen edge. Some of the options are then hidden, and I can
> > seem to find a way to resize the "backend preferences" window.
> > Since the bottom row of buttons is completely hidden, I can not even
> > the setting that are visible, except the "basic" options. I have
> > the forum, wiki, and online, without success.
> > Has anyone else seen this problem, and if so, found a solution?
> echo mailto: NOSPAM !#$.'<*>'|sed 's. ..'|tr "<*> !#:2" org@fr33z3