Problems with xffm 4.1
Francois Le Clainche
fleclainche at wanadoo.fr
Mon Mar 29 16:08:47 CEST 2004
Le lundi 29 mars 2004 à 07:08, edscott wilson garcia a écrit:
> El dom, 28-03-2004 a las 08:25, Francois Le Clainche escribió:
> > Xffm options currently are: the settings are not saved anymore. But each
> > time I start xffm, a bunch of files with unreadable names is created in
> > my $HOME dir; these files contain xffm Options settings...
> That's weird. I have not noticed any behaviour like that. What version
> of glib do you have? It might be a problem there since the options
> settings are used with the glib xml parser routines.
2.2.3 (Debian unstable)
All the unreadable files you can see in the rox window on this screenie
are created on xffm startup.
My xffmrc.xml was modified the 03/17 for the last time, so I guess the
problem appeared around this date for the first time.
My laptop, with the same distro (and same glib), runs xfce 4_2 built the
03/16 and xffm works fine on it.
> > Moreover, since I use checkinstall to create Debian packages from src,
> > I've noticed that dpkg complains about the xfce.png file, which is
> > installed by xfce4-modules package too, at the same place.
> OK. Fixed and committed, but change will not be noticeable until you run
> the autogen.sh script (my autotools versions are wrong at the moment)
> > PS: could you please bring back a "go to $HOME dir" button in the main
> > toolbar? I really miss it, even if there is a keyboard shortcut for
> > that.
> If you click (without release) on whichever of the above is showing, you
> will get a multiple button popup. Just move the mouse and release on
> your choice. Action will be performed and the button which shows is
> changed to that one (unless CTL is pressed, then the top button does not
> change) To top button without executing the action, use mouse button 3.
/me slaps his head. Thx Edscott.
François Le Clainche - PGP key: http://perso.wanadoo.fr/flc.web/pgp.html
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