[Thunar-dev] A couple of bugs, not sure if they are reported.

mcquaid mcquaid mcquaidster at gmail.com
Wed May 3 03:41:07 CEST 2006

I waited a couple of days before responding to see if it would crop up, but
so far since upgrading to the latest thuanr and gtk+ I no longer have the
permissions issue nor the horizonital scroll bar issue.  I'll report back if
it appears again but this is the longest I've gone without seeing it so I
think it's a dead issue.  I'm glad I didn't waste anyone's time reporting
this as a bug.  Thanks

On 5/1/06, Benedikt Meurer <benedikt.meurer at unix-ag.uni-siegen.de> wrote:
> Guillaume Storchi wrote:
> > I don't know if this problem was met or solved, but it is about the list
> > view mode and the single click preference.
> >
> > If I chose single click and specify a very short delay for selecting
> > elements, the right pane content just slides to the left so that I can
> > not see the left part of the name, and I have to scroll left to get the
> > initial position. That's a little bit annoying and not very comfortable.
> >
> > Hope that's clear enough
> Sounds like bug #1683, Compact List View autoscroll:
> http://bugzilla.xfce.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1683
> > PS: I'd like to participate more to the xfce development. I don't have
> > any skill in GObjet neither in C++. Maybe there's some way I could help
> > and give a litle bit of my time.  Testing  or  translation...  who
> knows!
> IIRC, the new Xfce website still needs help with content and stuff, see
> http://www-test.xfce.org/, contact Auke Kok or Nick Schermer for details.
> If you want to help with translations, see http://i18n.xfce.org/ and
> subscribe to xfce-i18n at xfce.org.
> HTH,
> Benedikt
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