Firstly thanks for the release of the 0.0.35 version Scrivener for Linux.
I am still struggling with the menus when Scrivener window has been maximised. This existed in the earlier version.
As reported by others, the clicking on the menu causes no reaction, but if the Alt-F key combination is used the menu just pops up just floating in the middle of the screen. Usually the menu is trained to appear where the mouse is supposed to be, therefore the menu my not be working as the reporting of the mouse position is broken somewhere.
If the Scrivener window is in the middle of the screen, the menu works OK. If the window is now maximised and the Alt- key combination is used the menu is placed on the screen where the menu would have been before the window was maximised. Therefore the mouse does not know what it is underneath it.
If the Scrivener Window is stretched to fill the window, and then the window is maximised the problem does not exist as the position of things do not change.
What does all this mean?
This looks like a broken GUI framework to me.
This was on Fedora 14 using Gnome 2.32
Have fun wit this! I’m looking forward to Scrivener on Linux being complete!