xfdesktop new stuff - needs testing
Brian J. Tarricone
bjt23 at cornell.edu
Thu Apr 22 00:03:46 CEST 2004
Olivier Fourdan wrote:
>- The "Don't set backdrop" option still crashes xfdesktop
known. working on it.
>- Settings aren't loaded, I had to run the dialog to get the settings
>applied as it seems (and get the crash)
aren't loaded when? from a default setup? i did notice how the dialog
initially comes up with "don't set backdrop" checked. i must have the
sense reversed on a boolean somewhere.
>- Color gradient does nothing.
i know (and i said this in my previous email ^_~).
>- Menu tab is totally empty (you prolly already know about that, but
>still, looks odd)
yeah, i know. i had intended to create that by now, but i haven't
gotten to it. probably later tonight.
>- The tabfolders inside tabfolders doesn't look too good to me (from a
i'm not totally happy with it either. do you have an alternative
suggestion? the only other that was posed was to list the screens in an
option menu. i don't really like that, as i don't think (in general)
changing and option menu should make other controls change.
>On Tue, 2004-04-20 at 12:57, Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
>>and what the hell, a screenie for those of you unable (or unwilling ^_~)
>>Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
>>>i committed a huge amount of stuff to xfdesktop this morning, and it
>>>should hopefully address a bunch of multiscreen (non-xinerama)
>>>issues. i know there will be problems with it, as i obviously can't
>>>test it, and there are a few things i'm just not sure about.
>>>there's a new settings dialog that needs testing as well. note: the
>>>color gradients don't do anything yet. note2: all your old desktop
>>>settings are now lost, as the MCS setting names have all changed
>>>(mainly just to "setting_screennum"). so write them down before
>>>updating if you care.
>>>so yes, test it. danny, that means you ^_~. the crash on exit should
>>>be resolved, and it should theoretically be able to draw different
>>>backdrop images on different screens. theoretically.
>>>unfortunately, the gnome app crash/hang problem still does not seem to
>>>have been resolved, despite reworking a bunch of stuff i thought might
>>>be the culprit. *sigh*
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