yes, unfortunately I believe you're right--my screen resolution is
1366x768, so QLGT's minimal height is larger than what I have :-( 816
pixels as minimal height seems pretty much though!
Thanks & Regards,
On 02/02/15 15:51, Sebastiaan Couwenberg wrote:
Control: tags -1 confirmed upstream
Thanks for reporting this issue.
While I don't use GNOME 3, I can confirm the issue in a jessie VM with
GNOME 3. Resizing does work in GNOME Classic, XFCE & KDE.
QLandkarteGT enforces a minimal window height to include all its
widgets. With GNOME 3 and a screen resolution of 1280x768 the
qlandkartegt window is slightly larger than the screen and already at
its minimum window height.
At 1440x900 the qlandkartegt window is smaller than the screen, and can
be resized by dragging the bottom right corner of the window. The window
can only be enlarged, because it's already at its minimum height.
The minimum qlandkartegt window size I could resize it to under GNOME 3
was 412x816, so if your screen resolution is lower than that you're out
Upstream has switched his focus to QMapShack which is not as
feature-rich as QLandkarteGT but it's steadily progressing. You may want
to give it a try to see if it fits your needs.
I can forward this issue to upstream if you'd like, but I don't expect
upstream to address this issue.
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