(Leaving the BR out of this as it is not relevant for that.) On Tuesday 02 January 2007 23:26, Attilio Fiandrotti wrote: > I was able to get that light grey area around the yes/no buttons with > today's gtk miniiso by going to the "abort installation" screen and > clicking on one of the two yes/no buttons with the mouse. > Using the keyboard only to activate buttons doesn't seem to exploit the > bug. I suspect this is not related with this patch and this has always > been there but no one ever spotted it. Yes, could be. I mostly use the keyboard. Feel free to commit the cursor patch then. Please clearly mark it as a workaround in the changelog and add to TODO to revert it when gtk-directfb gets fixed. > > P.S. Could you take a look at why g-i crashes all the time if you are > > not on VT5? It seems to happen a lot more often now than it used to. > > Do you have any suggestion about how to reproduce a crash (actions in > the gtk frontend, background operations on other VTs..) ? Just being on any other VT triggers it. I am fairly sure I've seen it with network configuration, partman and base installation.
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