The menubar library breaks entirely if it cannot parse every .desktop file
in its search path. For example, it breaks if one of your .desktop files is
a broken symlink.
For example, run
# ln -s /foo /usr/share/applications/broken.desktop
Restart awesome, and open the menubar. You will get an
ly jumps to screen2, without going through
> available positition within the tiling scheme of screen 1. I can not drag
> it around screen 2 either, all I can do is make it it go back to its
> initial position on screen 1 if I drag the mouse in the other direction.
> Do you guys have
I've had drag'n'drop problems while tiled with other programs as well. Most
notably dragging tabs in Chrome.
On Thu, Oct 1, 2015 at 10:14 AM, / vt wrote:
> Today I found something strange and interesting and still a bug ; )
> I was not in "float" mode but in
If you're running a compositor such as compton, try disabling it.
On Feb 2, 2016 08:20, "Antonio Marín" wrote:
> Awesome for Arch (x86_64) is my only one window manager... in my home...
> in the office.
> But the last versions (3.5.7 and 3.5.8, from Arch repository)