Panel Clock LCD Layout Missing Segment
gber at opensuse.org
Tue Feb 21 09:31:05 CET 2012
* John Marshall <john.marshall at riverwillow.com.au> [2012-02-21 02:05]:
> rwpc13> uname -rsm
> FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE i386
> rwpc13> pkg_info -Ex xfce
> I recently upgraded a few desktop systems to FreeBSD 9.0 and built all
> ports (including Xfce4) from scratch. Since then I've been fooled not a
> few times by the clock display.
> I include the clock in my panel and I have it set to the LCD display
> layout. Since the recent rebuild (on three systems) the middle segment
> is missing on the 8, so that the 8 displays as a 0. The middle segment
> on the 6 is very thin. The middle segment displays fine in all other
> cases (2, 3, 4, 5, 9). This only affects the clock's LCD layout.
> I'm seeing this on three similarly configured systems and have seen a
> report of identical behaviour with the same Xfce4 versions on FreeBSD
> I have no idea as to what may have induced this change - I installed
> everything fresh - or to whom to send a bug report. Is this likely to be
> anything to do with Xfce, or an underlying graphics library, or fonts,
> or...? Any clues would be appreciated.
Known bug: https://bugzilla.xfce.org/show_bug.cgi?id=8397
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