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<div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 12/22/2012 13:02, Lars Engels wrote:<br>
<pre wrap="">On Sat, Dec 22, 2012 at 11:54:26PM +0700, claive alvin Acedilla wrote:
<pre wrap="">These icons are marked as Untrusted.
If I run them as trusted the icons will reappear.
I do not know why they are mark as Untrusted while on my default desktop
where I installed the apps, they are not marked and will run directly.
In KDE these apps are marked as Untrusted with red exclamation mark.
I thought this was fixed already? Wasn't it caused by wrong file
permissions on the .desktop files?
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Without looking into it at all, I would guess that it is simply that
the programs mentioned have not had their PBI's updated (which means
that the program itself has not been updated) since the fix for the
desktop file permissions has implemented. If this is the case, I
might be able to just go through the list and test/approve the most
recent builds of those PBI's to get them updated with respect to
some of these minor PBI improvements.<br>
Do *all* the PBI's you install have this problem or is it just a few
specific ones? If it is only specific PBI's, send me a list of the
ones that need to be updated and I will work on that right after
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