Krita's splash screen is always on top
With Xfce4 or Openbox (including LXDE), but not KDE, when specifying a non-existing file on the command line, Krita shows the splash screen in front of all windows, so if there is a dialogue and the full file name is short enough, the dialogue is covered completely. It just looks like there is no way to close the splash screen by clicking Krita.
STEPS TO REPRODUCE
- Start "krita blabla", where "blabla" is a non-existent file name.
The splash screen is on top of all windows, covering the "The file …/blabla does not exist" dialogue. Minimizing Krita's main window leaves the splash screen up and on top of all other windows. It cannot be moved.
In https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=430461, the author of Krita said: "Sounds like those window managers mis-intrerpret the SplashScreen hint."
- Debian GNU/Linux bullseye/sid.
- xfwm4 4.14.6 (revision 84562d96) Compiled against GTK+-3.24.23, using GTK+-3.24.24.
- Krita 4.4.1.