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Bug 1469832

Summary: Incorrect "Add a New World Clock" dialog autocompletion list placement on Wayland.
Product: [Fedora] Fedora Reporter: Nikita Goncharuk <nmg921>
Component: gnome-clocksAssignee: GNOME SIG Unassigned <gnome-sig>
Status: CLOSED EOL QA Contact: Fedora Extras Quality Assurance <extras-qa>
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Description Nikita Goncharuk 2017-07-11 23:08:03 UTC
Created attachment 1296582 [details]
Screenshot of incorrectly placed list.

Description of problem:
"Add a New World Clock" dialog autocompletion list isn't displayed or placed incorrectly on multimonitor configuration on Wayland

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): 3.24.0

How reproducible:
Run Gnome-clocks on system with two monitors (Combined displays) on Gnome Wayland session.
Bug not happens on left monitor, but happens if "Add a New World Clock" dialog aligned with right edge of left screen and not happens if aligned with left edge of right monitor.

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Run gnome clocks
2. Switch to "World" tab in Gnome clocks
3. Click "New" button.
4. Move appeared "Add a New World Clock" dialog window on the right monitor, see attached screenshot (need 2 monitors, not tested on more, which monitor is primary seems no matter).
5. In "Add a New World Clock" dialog window's only text field start type some city's name.

Actual results:
Autocompletion list is moved right on horizontal resolution of left monitor.

In some cases Autocompletion list not shows at all: if monitors resolution is equal or right's horizontal resolution is smaller than left or "Add a New World Clock" dialog is closer to right edge of right monitor than left's monitor horizontal resolution. (Autocompletion list seems to be placed outside visible area).

Expected results:
Autocompletion list is placed just under "Search for a city" text input field aligned with it horizontally.

Additional info:
I've reported same in Gnome's bugzilla with more screenshots but it seems no one have read that. Nothing changed with the bug since that.

Probably similar bugs happens in other Gtk+3 apps but such lists are not very common so I haven't seen other examples.

Comment 1 Lukáš Zachar 2017-07-26 16:57:49 UTC
For me on 3 monitor setup (external:secondary, external:primary, laptop:secondary), all are 1920x1080, f26, wayland gnome shell session.

gnome-clocks was on middle (primary) monitor but completion dialogue was shown in the middle of right (secondary) monitor.

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