Marking playlist item enforces large window width

Bug #792402 reported by Jonas Thiem on 2011-06-03
This bug affects 1 person
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
Decibel Audio Player
François Ingelrest
decibel-audio-player (Fedora)

Bug Description

If I mark a playlist item (it gets a blue focus), the horizontal scrollbar of the playlist, if present, will disappear, and the minimum window width will be enforced to a width that noticeably exceeds the 1024x600 screen dimensions which is very odd. Only as soon as I click somewhere else to unfocus any playlist item, I can manually resize the window back (it won't get the same way automatically shrinked though).

The minimum size explosion has to be caused by the list, since if I continue to play the song and just unfocus any list item, resizing to the old smaller size works fine with no window contents visibly changed (except the blue list focus being gone).

Since double-clicking to play a song also focusses it, I basically run into this annoying issue everytime I want to play a song again in the playlist or something like that.

affects: fedora → decibel-audio-player (Fedora)
François Ingelrest (athropos) wrote :

Which version are you using? I can't reproduce the problem with the trunk version: Selecting a long entry doesn't change the width of the window, and doesn't remove the scrollbar.

Changed in decibel-audio-player:
assignee: nobody → François Ingelrest (athropos)
importance: Undecided → Low
status: New → Incomplete
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