applicataion detect on dual monitor

Bug #865836 reported by VoSi on 2011-10-04
This bug affects 5 people
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Bug Description

steps to teproduce
1. put standalone docx on monitor 1
2. launch some app, that hides in tray (ex. Transmission)
3. click on app tray icon to show it
4. move the app to monitor 2
5. continue to click on tray icon - the counter on app launcher in dockx increases

1. launch firefox
2. open some site
3. put firefox to monitor 2 and dockx to monitor 1
4. click "View page source" in FF (window pops up)
5. close source windows
6. repeat 4,5 several times - the counter on app launcher in dockx increases

Benjamin Sutton (bensutton174) wrote :

I have possibly the same bug, where closing a window on my second monitor, while standalone dockx is running on the first, won't get rid of the window from the list, and the window stays in the list until I restart dockx (refreshing isn't enough.)

Benjamin Sutton (bensutton174) wrote :

Heres the terminal output whenever it fails to remove a window from the list:

    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/dockbarx/", line 475, in __on_window_closed
      File "/usr/bin/dockx", line 930, in remove_window
        del self.border_distances[window]
      File "/usr/lib/python2.7/", line 253, in __delitem__
    KeyError: <weakref at 0x367ecb0; to 'wnck.Window' at 0x39e44b0>

Matias Särs (msevens) on 2013-01-20
Changed in dockbar:
status: New → Confirmed
Matias Särs (msevens) wrote :

Thanks for the bug report. Assuming that the error message is directly connected to the bug (I do think so) and not just to a symptom of it this bug should be fixed now.

Changed in dockbar:
status: Confirmed → Fix Committed
Benjamin Sutton (bensutton174) wrote :

I tested it, and it's fixed, thanks~

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