xfce4 panel segmentation fault and another question
mitchubus2 at yahoo.com
Thu May 29 13:32:44 CEST 2003
i just did a cvs checkout some minutes ago and
startxfce4 always reports a segmentation fault when
trying to start up xfce4-panel. Last week's cvs
checkout (and the ones before) worked just fine.
Another thing -- I noticed that the left-click menu
which pops up when clicking on the desktop and every
other button is now highlighted in a blue color when
hovering over it -- can that be disabled? I liked the
style before that (i'm using Xfce theme along with the
b5 window style) where hovering was not as obvious
any ideas would be great!
--- Moritz Heiber <MisterMoe at hackerboard.de> wrote:
> On Thu, 29 May 2003 10:53:09 +0200
> Jasper Huijsmans <jasper at moongroup.com> wrote:
> > Hey,
> > Someone once thought of the following roadmap:
> > * 12 May : Last call for feature requests
> > * 31 May : XFce4-BETA1 (Translation freeze)
> > * 31 May - 29 June : Additional BETA releases
> > * 30 June : XFce4-RC1 (Documentation freeze)
> > * 30 June - 15 July : Additional Release
> > * 15 July : XFce4-RELEASE
> > As you can see we are just a couple of days before
> the first beta. Now
> > the question is, are we ready for that?
> I'm going to revise the translation as soon as
> possible for a release.
> Apart from that all other components seem to be
> ready for a first beta
> but we should make up a README or at least a webpage
> which describes the
> installation process of that beta in very details to
> avoid questions
> like those related to the outdated libgui or similar
> things answered a
> hundred times on the mailinglist.
> > One additional difficulty with the above roadmap
> is that I will be on
> > vacation from 11 June to 26 June. So, I won't be
> able to help out with
> > bug fixing and documentation in that period.
> Same here ... 13th until the 23rd.
> PS: I just realized that there is still some wicked
> task to come which
> is translating the docs ...
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