exit system button question

Andy Choens dru at worldskip.com
Sat May 22 02:40:48 CEST 2004


I'm glad to see I'm not the only one to suffer this dilemma.  I'm not
sure what happened, but I found a fix that worked for me.  When I
upgraded, nautilus seemed to lose touch with it's icons.  It sucked.  I
was playing around with XFCE themes, and went to the icon theme
selection in 4.0.5, and selected a different icon theme.  Much to my
surprise, nautilus responded too and adopted to the appropriate theme. 
I set it back on bluecurve (yes, I do actually like it) and I've been
happy ever since.

I'm not sure what velocity is, but that was my fix for nautilus.  I hate
to admit it, but I kinda like the whole spatial thing.  It's nice for
some tasks and the 2 paned xffm that's supposedly in cvs will be really
nice when that comes out.


On Fri, 2004-05-21 at 16:58, Chris Brault wrote:
> I am using Cobind updated to FC2,
> > I'm also running FC2 w/XFCE as my primary desktop
> > environment.  I did an
> > upgrade on a badly hacked up FC1 installation.  I
> > definitely had some problems, but I have a
> confirmation 
> > box when I log out of XFCE.  Nor
> > have I had any problems with XFCE on my box since
> > upgrading.  I am interested though in trying to get
> the 
> > session manager to work.
> Besides that fact that nautilus has been turned into a
> spatial nothing and the new filemanager velocity looks
> like atlantis, and both are screaming fast, besides
> that, the new system-config system can be accessed via
> a menu in velocity.
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