Xfburn Windows Size

Stephan Haller nomad at froevel.de
Thu Jan 16 14:57:03 CET 2014

Am 16.01.2014 14:48, schrieb Silvio Siefke:
>> I also use the latest stable version from gentoo portage. No overlay.
>> So, yes, it is really strange. I would first try to find the folder
>> xfburn in your home directory and sub-dirs, e.g. with the command
>> "find ~ -type d -name xfburn" in a shell and check each path printed
>> if it contains an up-to-date settings.xml. If this doesn't work I
>> would use strace as next step to see which paths might be used.
> Mmh then i really not understand. I has this often in Window that they 
> to
> big i often must work with ALT+S, but in xfburn it's hard with the 
> window.
> I has try with Debian, Arch and Suse all has normal Windows. Must i set
> something in the global config of Xfce that the window better in size?
> No i has copy ur settings.xml and give only read right's but same
> result. I understand it really not.
> siefke ~ $  ls -l .config/xfburn/
> insgesamt 4
> -r--r--r-- 1 siefke siefke 756 15. Jan 22:03 settings.xml
> siefke ~ $  date
> Do 16. Jan 14:42:26 CET 2014
> siefke ~ $  find ~ -type d -name xfburn
> /home/siefke/.config/xfburn
> siefke ~ $  find ~ -type f -name settings.xml
> /home/siefke/.config/xfburn/settings.xml
> /home/siefke/.config/Pinta/settings.xml
> siefke ~ $  cat .config/xfburn/settings.xml
> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
> <xfburn-settings>
> 	<setting name="fifo-size" type="int" value="4096"/>
> 	<setting name="show-filebrowser" type="boolean" value="false"/>
> 	<setting name="human-readable-units" type="boolean" value="true"/>
> 	<setting name="main-window-height" type="int" value="600"/>
> 	<setting name="show-toolbar" type="boolean" value="false"/>
> 	<setting name="main-window-width" type="int" value="1024"/>
> 	<setting name="temporary-dir" type="string" value="/tmp"/>
> 	<setting name="vpaned-position" type="int" value="200"/>
> 	<setting name="show-hidden-files" type="boolean" value="false"/>
> 	<setting name="clean-temporary-dir" type="boolean" value="false"/>
> 	<setting name="hpaned-position" type="int" value="250"/>
> </xfburn-settings>
> Result:
> http://www.silviosiefke.com/xfburn1.png
Just a shot in the dark as I haven't check the source code. Maybe xfburn 
doesn't read the settings because it could not open this file in 
read-write mode. Does it work again if you grant write permission again? 
And just for understanding: Why did you remove write permission?


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