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#251 2009-10-12 19:03:52

Cosmin
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Re: gnome unstable repository

Cosmin wrote:

- I wait for gnome-shell and empathy big_smile

Thank you  for empathy and gnome-shell big_smile

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#252 2009-10-12 19:05:19

Bl@ster
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Re: gnome unstable repository

ammon wrote:

Ok.... this new way is not bad at all
Just a few things that bother me...

1: I dont want user list, how to remove it
2: I dont wanna language menu
3: I dont need layout menu

How to fix that?

P.S.

"Assistive Technologies" is autostarting... It is not in sessions... and I did not place it anywhere... Could it be gdm? How to turn it off?

I posted that on my blog, unfortunaltely in italian. Go to keyboard preferences, and in the accessibility tab disable the autostart wink

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#253 2009-10-12 19:15:09

Garns
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Re: gnome unstable repository

linfan wrote:

hmmm... what is special with this gnome - cannot see any diff from 2.26. Was is worth the upgrade for nonsense?

http://library.gnome.org/misc/release-n … 8/#rnusers

What did you expect?

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#254 2009-10-12 19:35:04

ammon
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Re: gnome unstable repository

Bl@ster wrote:
ammon wrote:

Ok.... this new way is not bad at all
Just a few things that bother me...

1: I dont want user list, how to remove it
2: I dont wanna language menu
3: I dont need layout menu

How to fix that?

P.S.

"Assistive Technologies" is autostarting... It is not in sessions... and I did not place it anywhere... Could it be gdm? How to turn it off?

I posted that on my blog, unfortunaltely in italian. Go to keyboard preferences, and in the accessibility tab disable the autostart wink

They have placed this in keyboard settings... wtf? big_smile

Ty man

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#255 2009-10-12 20:45:25

Bl@ster
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Re: gnome unstable repository

ammon wrote:
Bl@ster wrote:
ammon wrote:

Ok.... this new way is not bad at all
Just a few things that bother me...

1: I dont want user list, how to remove it
2: I dont wanna language menu
3: I dont need layout menu

How to fix that?

P.S.

"Assistive Technologies" is autostarting... It is not in sessions... and I did not place it anywhere... Could it be gdm? How to turn it off?

I posted that on my blog, unfortunaltely in italian. Go to keyboard preferences, and in the accessibility tab disable the autostart wink

They have placed this in keyboard settings... wtf? big_smile

Ty man

:°D
I made noise about that, then an italian user adviced me big_smile

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#256 2009-10-12 21:06:43

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Re: gnome unstable repository

Bl@ster wrote:

I posted that on my blog, unfortunaltely in italian. Go to keyboard preferences, and in the accessibility tab disable the autostart wink

Grazie!  This was driving me nuts.

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#257 2009-10-12 21:17:09

ammon
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Re: gnome unstable repository

How about pidgin tray icon? Its strange, whitish, pale, lame...
Anyone with same problem?

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#258 2009-10-12 21:20:15

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Re: gnome unstable repository

@ammon - I don't use pidgin so I can't confirm but speaking of icons, has anyone else noticed that nothing under the System menu has an icon?  I can't do a screenshot of an active menu, but basically the menu looks like:

Preferences >
Administration >
---
Help
About Gnome
---
Lock Screen
Log Out User...
Shut Down...

Under 2.26, an icon preceded each of these items.

Last edited by graysky (2009-10-12 21:22:27)


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#259 2009-10-12 21:25:55

ammon
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Re: gnome unstable repository

I use mint-menu
Icons are ok here

P.S.
Do you have working virtual desktops?

Last edited by ammon (2009-10-12 21:31:05)

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#260 2009-10-12 21:32:14

jesusjimenez
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Re: gnome unstable repository

Great job... but what's wrong with Epiphany and java-plugin? Java plugin does not work for me in Epi@Webkit.

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#261 2009-10-12 21:33:59

some-guy94
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Re: gnome unstable repository

graysky wrote:

@ammon - I don't use pidgin so I can't confirm but speaking of icons, has anyone else noticed that nothing under the System menu has an icon?  I can't do a screenshot of an active menu, but basically the menu looks like:

Preferences >
Administration >
---
Help
About Gnome
---
Lock Screen
Log Out User...
Shut Down...

Under 2.26, an icon preceded each of these items.

It's a 2.28 default setting
Look under System >> Preferences >> Appearance >> Interface

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#262 2009-10-12 21:36:58

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Re: gnome unstable repository

@some-guy94 - nice, thanks (...why is the default setting no icons???)


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#263 2009-10-12 22:23:03

ammon
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Re: gnome unstable repository

hm... maybe to save some kb in ram and few ms in rendering menu. tongue

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#264 2009-10-12 23:25:28

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Re: gnome unstable repository

Actually lack of icon is to standardize, because previously not all apps had icons, and rather than hunt down all the offending apps, easier to present a standard no-icon view, AFAICR.


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#265 2009-10-13 00:26:10

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Re: gnome unstable repository

linfan wrote:

hmmm... what is special with this gnome - cannot see any diff from 2.26. Was is worth the upgrade for nonsense?

Perhaps it's my imagination, but 2.28 feels a little faster than 2.26 did to me.


oz

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#266 2009-10-13 00:34:16

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Re: gnome unstable repository

/me perkz...

Looks like JGCclause came to town today bearing "extra" gifts ... hehehehehehe

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#267 2009-10-13 01:08:40

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Re: gnome unstable repository

ozar wrote:
linfan wrote:

hmmm... what is special with this gnome - cannot see any diff from 2.26. Was is worth the upgrade for nonsense?

Perhaps it's my imagination, but 2.28 feels a little faster than 2.26 did to me.

Placebo? I haven't really noticed it, but I was really waiting for evo 2.28 due to the better mapi plugin (which I have to self-compile with patches, but its much more stable now and supports Exchange address books well).


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#268 2009-10-13 06:55:01

Bl@ster
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Re: gnome unstable repository

OrangeRoot1000 wrote:

/me perkz...

Looks like JGCclause came to town today bearing "extra" gifts ... hehehehehehe

That was because yesterday was my birthday, and JGC knew it! big_smile

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#269 2009-10-13 16:05:36

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Posts: 55

Re: gnome unstable repository

Hi.

two things:

1: thanks for all the job done here wink

2: what happens with the ntfs write permission? I am the only one who cant write to an ntfs external volume?


bonus:
happy birthday Bl@ster xD

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#270 2009-10-13 16:14:24

wonder
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Re: gnome unstable repository

@jorchube no. i to have the same problem big_smile


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#271 2009-10-13 16:21:10

keiichi
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Posts: 65

Re: gnome unstable repository

Why the heck did they (gnome devs) put out gnome 2.28 with so many bugs and problems?

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#272 2009-10-13 17:36:56

ammon
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Re: gnome unstable repository

One problem more...

That nice little widget when changing screen brightness is gone.

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#273 2009-10-13 17:46:22

Bl@ster
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Re: gnome unstable repository

ammon wrote:

One problem more...

That nice little widget when changing screen brightness is gone.

I use notify-osd on my laptop, so I see the nice Canonical's widget big_smile

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#274 2009-10-13 18:10:22

iva
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Re: gnome unstable repository

I'm not sure if this was already covered, but my /media/disk-n directories I used to get if I plugged an external drive into my computer are gone now. Instead I see something like "/media/3230C61230D61AA6", which isn't very useful because I configured several programs (e.g. mpd) with the /media/disk path. Andy ideas how to switch back to the old behaviour?

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#275 2009-10-13 20:27:46

combuster
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Re: gnome unstable repository

Still problems with writing on ntfs flash drives, devicekit-disks uses ntfs kernel module (wich should have rw support but won't let me write anything on the flash drive) instead ntfs-3g. Is there a workaround?

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