If other folks can’t reproduce for an app, that may end the matter for that app until someone does reproduce or I uncover more details, such as predicates. Meanwhile, nonreproducibility for only one app does not apply to the other apps of the 3.
The window fits in the screen with or without the bar. The title bar and the left and right edges remain present. I can read text from edge to edge of the viewport.
I got screenshots for Firefox, gedit, and LibreOffice Writer and posted them as single files at the respective bug reports. I posted them there for relevance and linked from here to there for nonredundancy.
If a configuration is the problem, that only narrows the bug. There probably is no configuration done through UI settings that should excuse these bugs. If I had used a third-party tool to tweak an app, then an explanation (so other users don’t do the same thing) would suffice, but I didn’t, so the problem is significant.
Hardware being the problem is hardly likely. I’ve had the same display since long before the bugs manifested themselves. I think I already pointed that out and no one disagreed.
Setting up another user is not trivial. I have to use my computer for work, and a vanilla setup is not useful for my usual work. For that, I need configurations, thus it wouldn’t stay vanilla. To use it without configuring, I may have to spend hours doing nonwork but just banging the keyboard until the problem replicates. There’s my time problem.
If my time is too limited to support a proper diagnosis, and no one else has the time either, we then effectively agree that it is not a high-priority bug and we can leave the affected reports open in case someone else wants to select an open issue that fits what they want to do. There are many low-priority issues that remain open until version EOL or until picked up for resolution.
The tech assistance is not for me. It is provided by commenters to each other for the benefit of whoever might write a patch or otherwise resolve a bug. That is why that analysis is done in the bug-reporting system, irrespective of where else it is done.
Support fora may be willing to discuss whatever, but bug sites discuss bugs and their causes and resolutions. Bugs are treated separately from support issues generally, because they’re characteristically different, needing more than just advice to users. There’s not much wrong with moving bug prereporting into a support forum, but that should be done explicitly, by removing essentially contradictory language from the website instructions. It probably does not seem contradictory to you and some others, but it would be to most readers.
I have seen that a bot reassigned a bug to a different component at a bug-reporting site. Whether it was at Red Hat’s, I don’t know, but I report on any such sites that are apropos and I have seen reassignment by bot more than once. Humans also reassign some. In most reports, only one reassignment occurs, it occurs early in the history of the bug report, and, based on subsequent commentary, it is to the right component the first time. Apparently, that system already works.
I didn’t just have a mere problem using Fedora. I discovered that each app was misbehaving and that it wasn’t my misuse or not understanding how to use. Also, it wasn’t a one-time event, but likely replicable. Thus, I discovered a bug. Given that, I had to find the right site to post to. Sites say what they accept. Skimming recent thread titles in either type of website shows what most people think each site is for and in Fedora’s case that’s largely consistent with the Welcome page and the Bugzilla home page. Specifically, I discovered bugs in apps that were part of Fedora and I had already reported the app bugs. Thus, I wouldn’t be looking for a website about using, but one about bugs, and most software has different websites for the two purposes.
If, in Fedora’s case, bug discoveries should first go into Ask FedoraProject, that’s specific enough and different enough that it needs to go onto the Welcome page and into the Red Hat Bugzilla home page. That may not be your responsibility; if I should suggest this to someone else, let me know. If it doesn’t appear on those two pages in a reasonable time, at least one, then the people responsible for either of those two don’t agree on that placement of prereports. Your idea may be a good proposal; that depends on who responds to threads on each type of website. Another distro used a site jointly for both purposes. But your idea is unexpected and contrary to normal expectations of how people should respond to posted instructions. That’s why instructions are posted. Please let me know who should get support for your proposal or custom, if you wish.