2013/11/9 Philip Weiss <weiss.philip+gramps@gmail.com>
I'm switching from Windows to Ubuntu.  I installed Gramps 3.4.6-1 on Ubuntu 13.10.  I've been able to import my .gramps file and point Gramps at the correct media directory.

My gramps toolbar doesn't have any button labels though.  According to the manual page (http://gramps-project.org/wiki/index.php?title=Gramps_3.4_Wiki_Manual_-_Main_Window) I should be able to configure the toolbar from Preferences, but I can't find any option to modify the toolbar, much less labels for the buttons.

Where is the configuration option for that?  Do I need to look at an .rc file somewhere?

Ubuntu uses as window manager Unity, which does several changes to the interface with which Gramps is typically not tested as most developers don't use Unity. Some things just break from time to time even.

I tried Unity some weeks ago, and was already too frustrated to continue after 15 minutes.
As a windows users, using Kubuntu with KDE is an easier transition.



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