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Re: F9 Alpha Observations



Reposting these two emails back to list.. I didn't realize I replied offlist.

Horst H. von Brand wrote:
> Andrew Farris <lordmorgul gmail com> wrote:
>> Horst H. von Brand wrote:
>>> Andrew Farris <lordmorgul gmail com> wrote:
>>>> Horst H. von Brand wrote:
>>> [...]
>>>
>>>>> The Gnome clock applet is broken on i386, and has been for some time
>>>>> now. Several others are busted too (Volume control, for one).
>>>> Yeah it has been, but its working fine for me now actually. (and
>>>> speaking of that bug 430318 is not occurring anymore).
>>> I'm talking about 429300, and that one is very much still here (clock
>>> applet crashes on start on i686).
>> 429300 is a bug on hal automounting usb drives.
>>
>> I'm on an i686 box with the bug I listed above, so I'd like to see
>> what you're talking about now since my clock applet isn't doing
>> anything odd I can see.
>
> It complains IntlClockApplet can't be started, and asks if I would like to
> delete it.
>
> I just installed the clock applet again, now it works?!

Thats interesting, because I was not seeing that for a couple weeks now I think (but international settings could effect be different). I don't recall seeing it claim TntlClockApplet couldn't be started, but I was seeing the 'cant start do you want to delete it from the panel' dialogs. It has been working for awhile, but I do remember I removed the applet from my panel, killed the panel/restarted, and added it again and that might have been when I saw that stop failing.

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