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Re: GNOME Desktop CD icon weirdness



On Sat, 2004-10-16 at 08:52, Ralf Ertzinger wrote:
> Hi.
> 
> I'm asking here since I do not know against which component to file a bug.
> 
> I've disabled all automatic CD mounting/playing/ejecting/whatever features
> in gnome. Nonetheless gnome puts a "Blank CD" icon on my desktop whenever I
> insert a blank CD in a writer. OK, I can live with that.
> 
> I am using k3b to write the CDs. When k3b is finished (and closed), the CD
> in the drive is no more a blank CD. Nonetheless the icon persists. I can
> even mount the just written CD in the burner (without taking it out). The
> mount will succeed, but the "blank CD" icon is still there. Normally mounting
> a CD will cause a new icon to pop up on the desktop, but this does not happen
> (gnome seems to know that there already is an icon for this drive). Clicking
> on the "blank CD" icon reveals an empty window, offering me to add files to
> the no longer existant blank disk.s
> 
> Removing the disk from the drive causes the icon to disappear.
> 
> Where do I file this?

That would be a gnome-vfs bug.  Thanks.

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J5


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