Maximus doesn't hide window decorations in 10.04

Bug #552297 reported by CyrusCT on 2010-03-31
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maximus (Ubuntu)
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Bug Description

Binary package hint: maximus

In Ubuntu 10.04 Beta 1 32-bit (and not the netbook remix), maximus (0.4.14-0ubuntu4) does not hide the window decorations like it is supposed to.

To verify that the settings were correct, I opened gconf-editor and went to apps ---> maximus, and can confirm that the box for undecorate is checked.

If someone could tell me how the access maximus' 'Report a Problem' feature, I would gladly do so.

PeteC (pete-codescape) wrote :

Same problem on Dell mini-9 (not full NBR, just some of the packages).

I assume I'm running 10.04 beta-2 (installed via update-manager today; 2010-04-09).

PeteC (pete-codescape) wrote :

OK, seems in my case, maximus wasn't running at all. It was removed from the startup list during the upgrade, for some reason........

All working now.

CyrusCT (cyrusct) wrote :

Thanks PeteC,

I checked, and found that maximus wasn't included in Startup Applications. After creating an entry for it, and restarting, it now works fine in GNOME.

Changed in maximus (Ubuntu):
status: New → Invalid
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