On Thu, 2004-06-10 at 15:05, Kim Woelders wrote:
> Alex Viskovatoff wrote:
> > I am using enlightenment-0.16.7-pre3 under Fedora Core 2, with Gnome
> > 2.6 (i.e., enlightenment-0.16.7-0.65.fc2.rpm).
> > A capability that e-0.16.6 had seems to have disappeared with
> > e-0.16.7-pre3: "sticking" menus doesn't work; a "close" box never
> > appears on the menu when one releases the mouse button in the title bar.
> Not sure what you mean here...
To quote from the User Documentation on "using menus":
To "stick a menu up and leave it up so you can select items from it
multiple times, click and hold down the mouse and release on the
title of the menu (if it has one) and it will remain up.
This is what doesn't work for me. It worked when I installed
enlightenment-0.16.6 under Red Hat 9, but stopped working under Fedora
2. (I just tried going back to enlightenment-0.16.6 under Fedora Core 2,
and "sticking menus" doesn't work under that release, either.) So this
problem arose from my updating my system to Fedora 2.
Since I posted my original message, I updated all my packages to make
sure I have a fully-up-to-date Fedora Core 2 system. (The only effect
that had was to make the "close" box appear on menus, without however
restoring their "sticky" functionality.)
> > Also, the Enlightenment Document Viewer no longer displays "forward" and
> > "previous" buttons at the top (something it did in e-016.7-pre-3);
> > instead, the contents from another window is written in that area.
> > (These buttons are still there however, since the appropriate actions
> > are performed in the area where the buttons are supposed to be.)
> There must be some problem with your E-installation or your libpng.
This problem also persists. I have libpng-1.2.2-22 installed.
If "sticky menus" are supposed to work under this release with Fedora
Core 2, I would appreciate any suggestions for what might be wrong with
my system. No dependency problems were reported upon installation of
Enlightenment. Also, I have all reasonably relevant libraries from
Fedora Core 2 installed. Furthermore, to be on the safe side, I
recompiled the source rpm for this release on my machine and installed
the resulting package, but that did not make any difference.