When to file a bug report? - Re: prettify audacious? - sid, xfce desktop
This is a question I've often wondered about - what is a reasonable
process for filing a bug report?
I've assumed that a dip in the waters of debian-user is a good first
start. Any recommendations?
On 4/14/13, Zenaan Harkness <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 4/14/13, Eike Lantzsch <email@example.com> wrote:
>> On Sunday 14 April 2013 02:28:16 Zenaan Harkness wrote:
>>> The screenshot on http://www.audacious-media-player.org/ looks rather
>>> Running audacious looks ugly - plain gray GTK ui.
>>> How do I make my audacious look like the screenshot?
>> View -> Interface preferences, chose from whatever is there
> Only plain ugly GTK and nearly all black "Winamp".
> So I googled, and found a nice skin:
> which page also tells me about ~/.local/share/audacious/skins and
> yet copying the extracted downloaded skin above, into either
> directory, and restarting audacious, no new options.
> Also, I see in /usr/share/audacious/Skins/ is already a few skins, yet
> these don't appear in my menu.
So, the default install of audacious (sid) appears to install 7 skins.
Yet, in the View->Interface menu, there are only two options.
At this point, is there any reason I should not file a bug report
Is there any reason to have not filed a bug report, say 4 days ago?