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Re: some minor checks

El mar, 10-07-2007 a las 21:37 +0200, Petter Reinholdtsen escribió:
> [José L. Redrejo Rodríguez]
> > - mozilla-plugin-gnash is installed, so when going to web sites using
> > flash you don't notice you need flash. You begin to watch youtube and
> > only listen on a blank screen, etc, etc. Maybe I'm wrong, but I've heard
> > gnash was not going to be included as it's in alpha and the results of
> > including it could be quite disappointed. I think the stand-alone gnash
> > application could be useful if we distribute some flash based
> > application that are tested on this gnash version, but for the web the
> > results are awful.
> gnash is now only in etch-test, and unless it improves a lot the next
> few days, it will not be included in the release.  The pakcages in
> etch are included in the release, while etch-test is a testing and
> staging area.

ok, I apologize

> > - small fonts on gtk applications are seing quite ugly (just take a look
> > at google using iceweasel). It seems antialiasing is not working on gtk
> > from kde. I don't know why, I've googled and it seems a common problem,
> > but no one of the recipes I've found fixed it.
> > - gtk theme is also quite ugly, just take a look o the open file dialog
> > in iceweasel. In fact there is no gtk-theme insalled. This can be fixed
> > installing gnome-themes and gtk2-engines-gtk-qt. Both packages are in
> > the dvd, but add 3765 Kb to the installed system.
> No idea about these.  I have nothing against us installing them by
> default, as long as we adjust partition sizes accordingly.  I propose
> we add the gtk stuff to the standalone (and also the workstation)
> task.  Any objections?

It's less than 4 Mb installed on the disk (1085 Kb in packages), do you
think you should change partition sizes only for that?

> > - The menus for the educative applications really suck. I think it's
> > too late to change it in etch, but it sucks anyway: A "science and
> > maths branch in the main menu, a maths branch under the educative
> > branch in the main menu, applications under another "lost & found
> > branch", qcad in two different branches, viewmol or rosegarden twice
> > in the same branch, etc, etc...
> Yes.  Not sure how to fix it, though.

Most of the problems are due to upstream or package maintainers for
these applications that don't care about freedesktop.org. Tomorrow, I'll
begin to report bugs against those applications in Debian BTS. For the
release I think we can not do anything, unless you want to dare to make
the changes we do in linex, changing *.destkops through diversion. But,
in my opinion, it's late for that, doing it would require changes in the
metapackages and some time to test it.

> > - whenever I try to remove the proxy from konqueror to connect to
> > Internet directly, it ignores me (even as root). So, at home, I've
> > not been able to use konqueror for the web. is it a kiosk feature or
> > a bug?.
> Not sure, but it is set in /etc/kde3/kioslaverc.

You're right again, now it works, but I didn't know that would affect
even to the root user.

José L.

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