Running apps are vanishing in v4.0.4...
fourdan at xfce.org
Wed May 5 08:09:54 CEST 2004
Most of the time this, happens when people inadvertendly use the wheel
mouse over the desktop, which moves to another workspace hiding all
On Wed, 2004-05-05 at 02:33, Marv Boyes wrote:
> I've been using Xfce4 (v4.0.4) near-exclusively for a couple of months
> now, and I've absolutely fallen in love with it-- coming from KDE, I
> feel like I've "graduated", in a way. ;) Unfortunately, I've run into
> a serious problem in the last couple of weeks and hope that someone can
> Once every day or two, for no apparent reason, every single application
> opened in a particular workspace will suddenly disappear. It's like I
> killed them all at once. There's no warning, there are no error
> messages-- everything in that workspace just vanishes. It has (so far)
> only happened in whichever workspace is active; applications opened in
> other workspaces are unscathed. It appears to be random-- I haven't been
> able to pin the behavior to a particular application or action.
> Sometimes it happens while I'm working; other times I'll leave the room
> and return several minutes later to find everything gone. I haven't been
> able to purposely duplicate the problem.
> It happens on both my home and work computers, too-- while both are
> running Mandrake 9.2, the computers themselves basically have only the
> Intel architecture in common. The two are configured, and run, very
> differently. I installed Xfce4 using the same packages on both machines.
> I had thought that perhaps there was some kind of conflict with software
> I had installed at home, but that wouldn't explain why I see the same
> behavior at work.
> Is anyone familiar with this issue? Please accept my apologies if it's
> been covered before, and thanks very much in advance.
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