Gnome system monitor stuck in full screen

Asked by stephisa41 on 2009-04-01

Hi,

I have Gnome-system manager blocked in full screen, with no possibility to move the window. I saw the previoux issue related to this, but it refered to compiz issue, which I do not use. Any idea on how to fix it ?

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2009-04-04
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2009-04-04
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2009-04-01

Please try to keep ALT keyboard key pressed then click into the window content and try to drag the window using mouse...

Hope this helps

stephisa41 (stefan41) said : #2

Hi marcobra. I thank you for your support. I tried what you proposed. By keeping ALT pushed and with right-clic on the mouse, I can access the menu for window redimension. Unfortunately, this does not work neither. I can not move the windows neither. Is there any other possibility ?

stephisa41 (stefan41) said : #3

The problem is solved. I installed fusion-icon and I got the window with normal mode and decorated when I restarted my session. I follow the training at http://doc.ubuntu-fr.org/compiz_fusion (in french).

Thanks for your help

larry mc kenna (larrymcke) said : #4

How do you reduce screen resolution size: I selected the largest by accident and now I cannot get into anything (Places) to re adjust the size. ?????????????. Mr Wit S End.

apinunt (apinunt) said : #5

From the command line, xrandr -s 1024x768 or whatever resolution you desire.