ROSA Linux Bugzilla – Bug 1185
ROMP not view hint
Last modified: 2013-11-07 12:08:03 MSK
Created attachment 876 [details]
ROMP not view all hint.
ROMP shows hints. Just the font color matches the background color.
When you save the settings of the "appearance of the applications" hints are displayed correctly. Perhaps the problem is in the initial setup of theme.
Yes, this is not a problem of ROSA Media Player, but it extend for all applications in system. For example, run ROMP with the help of ALT+F2 and you will see no problem with the hints. You can see the same behaviour with the Chromium-Browser for example.
(In reply to comment #2)
> Yes, this is not a problem of ROSA Media Player, but it extend for all
> applications in system. For example, run ROMP with the help of ALT+F2 and
> you will see no problem with the hints. You can see the same behaviour with
> the Chromium-Browser for example.
I run ROMP with Alt+F2. And the same not view hint.
Please, try this:
rm -f /etc/skel/.config/Trolltech.conf
rm -f ~/.config/Trolltech.conf
(In reply to comment #4)
> Please, try this:
> rm -f /etc/skel/.config/Trolltech.conf
> rm -f ~/.config/Trolltech.conf
> and relogin.
Yes, this would help. Now all the hints visible.
OK. Because these files do not belong to any package, they should be removed manually. I've assigned this bug to Alex Burmashev: Alex please, remove these files from the installation image in the next releases.
*** Bug 1446 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 1824 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
According to the mailists this bug is not fixed yet.
Can you provide more info please about it, inclding:
* what image you system was installed from
* version release of rosa-media-player
* ls /etc/skel/.config/
* from your user - ls ~/.config/
Ok. I found error - I run command from root.
(In reply to comment #11)
> It's work!
«It's work!» — So, the bug is fixed, or not?
The bug fixed partially (manual operations needed).
For clear installation R1 the bug is fixed
Let's mark as fixed then. Let's hope that all new users install their systems from R1 isos, and all old users have updated their systems manually. In any case, they can always find this bug and find a solution.