|Subject:||bug#5177: 23.1.90; scrollbar thumb stops working after being dragged|
|Date:||Thu, 10 Dec 2009 14:43:15 -0500|
On 12/10/2009 2:31 PM, Jan Djärv wrote:
Ken Brown skrev:Please write in English if possible, because the Emacs maintainers usually do not have translators to read other languages for them.Your bug report will be posted to the emacs-pretest-bug@xxxxxxx mailing list.Please describe exactly what actions triggered the bug and the precise symptoms of the bug. If you can, give a recipe starting from `emacs -Q': 1. Start the Gtk+ build of emacs. 2. Visit a file too big to fit in the window. 3. Drag the (vertical) scrollbar thumb. 4. Scroll through the buffer using the mouse wheel or keystrokes. The scrollbar thumb stays fixed and no longer shows the relative position in the buffer. Clicking in an empty area of the scrollbar restores the correct behavior.This does not happen for me. Must be Cygwin-specific.
Angelo Graziosi told me he has observed similar behavior in Kubuntu. Could it be related to the Gtk+ version? My Cygwin build uses version 2.18.3.
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