Bug ID: 371199
Summary: Dragging windows on my left screen causes them to jump
down to the bottom
Platform: Archlinux Packages
My install of KDE is from about 5.6 or so.
After installing 5.8, the behaviour you can see in the linked video began. Any
time a window on my left screen is grabbed by the titlebar, it jumps straight
down to the bottom. When enough of the window is sitting on my right screen, it
jumps back onto my cursor as normal. Using the Move command from the right
click menu gives the same result.
I can use the window snapping features (dragging to top and side of screen)
normally on both monitors. Even though the window jumps to the bottom of the
screen, when my mouse hits the side of the monitor during the drag, it jumps
into the correct position.
I can resize on the left screen normally.
I have tried turning off wobbly windows, no change. I'm using the NVIDIA
proprietary driver on X.
Support Information: https://paste.kde.org/pel3hg45s
My Nvidia-settings window for my left (problematic) monitor:
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Have two monitors
2. Drag a window on the left one
Window jumps down to the bottom of the screen. About 2-3 pixels of the window
remain onscreen, but I can't grab that, only resize.
Window stays on the mouse cursor.
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