Issues with XFCE4 (cvs version)
egore at gmx.de
Fri Sep 17 09:56:47 CEST 2004
Am Sonntag, den 12.09.2004, 19:06 +0200 schrieb eGore:
> Am Sonntag, den 12.09.2004, 17:26 +0200 schrieb Danny Milosavljevic:
> > Hi,
> > Am Sonntag, den 12.09.2004, 14:49 +0200 schrieb eGore:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I just upgraded from 4.0.6 to CVS and stumbled upon some things:
> > > - Icon themes don't seem to work
> > They should work now. Where exactly are they not applied ? (which apps)
> XFCE starts after installing with a default icon set (looks kind of
> grey/yellow). I wanted to change to the Industrial icon set (used it in
> 4.0.6, too). I changed it, and nothing happened. Logged in and out,
> nothing happened. So I guess it's not applied anywhere (talking about
> xfce panel)
I fixed that (due having a crash causing ~/.gconf and ~/.xfce4 to
> > > - The iconbox is not in /etc/xfce4/xinitrc, therefore it ain't started
> > Yeah, that is normal. In the future that should be a preference, imo...
> > hmm. Not sure how exactly to do it though.
> > > - xfcalender should definitely get an option to start it minimized
> > > (since I like this thing but hate to close is every time I log into my
> > > box)
> > Yeah...
> > > - also it SEEMS that the number of virutal desktops is forgotten on
> > > logout (but I have to check if it is my fault).
> > Eeeek ? What? THAT would be a bad bug.
> Forget about that. I double checked it and the error was sitting right
> in front of the keyboard :) The virtual desktop number is stored (somewhere).
> > > - last and least (since I think it's a known problem): desktop menu does
> > > not work
> > It should work fine and I'm using it day-in day-out without any
> > problems. What does account as "not work" ? does not start because of
> > unresolved stuff ? gives warnings and exits ? does nothing when right-
> > clicking ? xfdesktop -menu doesnt work ?
> I looked at the log and could not found any error messages (so I think
> it does not fail due to unresolved symbols). Simply nothing happens when
> I rightclick on the desktop.
> and running "xfdesktop -menu" does nothing (if I simply start it in an
Any news on this?
> > More details please :)
> Here they come ;)
> > cheers,
> > Danny
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