Window won't go away

Marc linuxr at
Tue Jun 26 01:35:04 UTC 2007

Can you go to the taskbar and right click and close it that way?  I
ran into that with k3b the other day, and that was the only way I
could close it as well.


On 6/25/07, Mike McCarty <Mike.McCarty at> wrote:
> I use GNOME with FC2 and have encountered an odd circumstance.
> I was running K3b to burn some images, and it popped up
> some windows. When I shut it down, I killed the main window,
> and one remained. It is a small window, and is blank (normal
> background color for those windows). I can use the little buttons
> on the frame the [-] [o] [x] just fine, except that it won't go
> away. When I use the [-] box it does go on the task bar. But
> when I use the [x] box, eventually the "Window is not responding,
> [Cancel] or [Force Quit]" comes up. Selecting Force Quit does
> not make the window go away. I cannot find any process associated
> with that window using ps. I'm sure a reboot will fix this, but
> I'd like to have some idea what is going on.
> Thanks for your time.
> Mike
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