[PC-BSD Testing] 7.1 release
fabrizio at bibivu.com
Sat Apr 11 10:33:11 PDT 2009
no, I was talking about the main menu... I know that the favorites do not
I noticed that my VMware was setup to 256Mb ram .. and WoW.. I was impressed
with the speed for that little RAM. Once that I put the ram to 1Gb, the
menu started to refresh, I bet that is some latency in refresh because of
the memory.. don't think that it will happen often to many users to have
About the printing issue, that is a show stopper for me, my company runs the
whole system on a web based interface FF compatible (I need to test it on
Opera, as FF is starting to annoy me with memory leaks and needed restarts)
I'll keep using FF2 for now ;-) as the 3.0.5 crashes and doesn't start on
7.1 (3.0.5 was printing correctly in 7.0.2 if only one printer configured).
I tried different pages, graphics and just text with CSS formatting and just
text files. looks like that the CSS is weirdly rendered in printing..
fuzzy... something that I think may have to do with antialias.
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Sent: Saturday, April 11, 2009 10:35 AM
Subject: Re: [PC-BSD Testing] 7.1 release
> kris at pcbsd.org wrote:
>>> great job everybody!
>>> I found a few problems:
>>> - The menu doesn't refresh after a PBI upgrade (installed 3.0.5
>>> to 3.0.8, menu stayed at 3.0.5)
>> Can you duplicate this? What happens if you run "kbuildsycoca4" from
>> konsole? Does the menu still not refresh? PBIs by default run this after
>> an install, and its *supposed* to refresh the menu a few seconds later.
>> (It does here anyway)
>>> - thunderbird still doesn't load the correct LANG. I solved this by
>>> at line 6 right after "=" -f2`, so the string will end with: cut -d
>>> -f2`.UTF-8"; export LANG
>> This is fixed in the PBI format, but we haven't had a thunderbird update
>> since I corrected it. It'll be in the next PBI of thunderbird :)
>>> - installed thunderbird with icon on desktop, upgraded to new version
>>> the icon on the desktop disappeared.
>> This is normal behavior for the moment. I'm still trying to find a good
>> solution to detect / restore desktop icons during an upgrade.
>>> - restarts lose the monitor resolution (in vmware)
>> Yea, that's vmware specific I believe.
>>> - printing, the GUI doesn't send the test page but returns with an
>> I can confirm this here, the printer is working, but the GUI test option
>> doesn't function. I'll look into this next week, see where the problem is
>>> - firefox web page printing is unreadable. but the text on the borders
>>> (url, page title, page #, date) look great
>> I've seen this as well in all FF3 versions. Whats weird is that
>> occasionally it works, but I think that depends on the website font being
>> printed. It's been bugging me also, I'll take a look into it soon. It's
>> most likely an issue with the FF3 port / PBI itself, not the system.
>>> - clicking on the menu and start typing doesn't work anymore, I need to
>>> click on the search textarea before I am able to search into the menu (I
>>> know, ALT+F2 does pretty much the same)
>> Humm, I'm not sure if this is a bug in KDE 4.2.2, or if it was changed
>> that way purposely. (Maybe key strokes are used to navigate by default
>> instead of typing now) You may want to check bugs.kde.org for that one :)
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> Can you duplicate this? What happens if you run "kbuildsycoca4" from
> konsole? Does the menu still not refresh? PBIs by default run this after
> an install, and its *supposed* to refresh the menu a few seconds later.
> (It does here anyway)
> Perhaps he his talking about the Favourites menu? I know the favourites
> menu doesn't update and doing so would be quite nice.
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