[wingide-users] 1.1.b4Stephan R.A. Deibel firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon, 30 Apr 2001 11:12:34 -0400 (EDT)
Hi, FYI, if you rename or remove the gtk-bin directory in the Wing installation location, it will automatically use your native gtk (and thus also whatever theme you've got set). It may also start crashing a lot, if you've got one of the problematic gtk versions... We've had so many problems with this that for now we have no choice but to ship with gtk included by default and themes disabled. Without that, Wing simply doesn't work on many linux dists. A work-around for the errant save dialog is to set the following pref: proj.save-without-asking=true I've seen this bug but thought it was due to the way we're launching Wing when debugging itself... now I see it's a real bug. - Stephan On Sun, 29 Apr 2001 email@example.com wrote: > > Hi, > > Thanks for the feedback. We do plan on offering a command line option for > using the system gtk libraries, which will allow people to use themes or > other customizations. The libraries themselves take ~1.5 MB of disk > space, so I'm not sure it's worth complicating the install procedure for > this savings. We will provide instructions on which directories to delete > for those who want to use the system libraries and save the disk space. > > The immediate save project dialog is a bug and will be fixed in the next > release. I'm a bit puzzled by the report of the project window > behavior; is the scrollbar shrinking vertically or horizontally? Can you > still move the separator between the two panes? What version of Linux are > you using? > > John > > On 28 Apr 2001, Martin Preishuber wrote: > > > Hi there, > > > > just downloaded and installed 1.1.b4, 3 minor things: > > > > - first, is it really necessary to include the gtk libraries ? I know > > that you have some problems with various gtk versions, but when using > > your own gtk, you require some more disk space plus custom gtk > > settings (e.g. themes) are lost. > > - when opening wingide, the first thing I get asked is to save the > > project ... is that ok ? > > - the project window has two parts, one upper and one lower. when > > changing the height of the project window, the scrollbar of the > > upper part of the window keeps getting smaller and smaller. > > > > Martin > > > >
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