I'm trying to resize a dialog window from a Java application (Thinkorswim). Oddly, the main application window doesn't suffer from the same issue and can be minimized/maximized without a problem.
Currently, the settings dialogs for Thinkorswim are ridiculously big. Output from xwininfo shows that the window is 895x13037. There is no Minimize/Maximize buttons in the title bar.
I'm on 10.10 using Gnome with Metacity + Compiz. Dual monitors off an Nvidia 9800GT.
Things I've tried:
Setting window size rules in Compiz for the window type specified when you "grab" the window.
Force resizing using wmctrl (i.e.
$wmctrl -i -r 0x04a0373c -e 0,0,0,895,895)
- Alt+click and moving to the bottom of the window to resize for lowe-right corner, but there is no resize cursor.
Any other possibilities? I thought the swing toolkit just used the system's look and feel to size windows, so I'm stumped. Should I just contact the developer?