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Re: Duplicate applet icons for online help etc 'â' and network-manager (nm-applet)
On Mon, 24 Aug 2015 19:43:17 +0200
Nio Wiklund <nio.wiklund@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thanks for confirming :-)
> Den 2015-08-24 19:41, Henk Terhell skrev:
> > Nio,
> > yes, I have made a remark on the duplicate network-icon in my
> > yesterday's iso test on manual partitioning i386. This was for me the
> > first time I noticed it.
> > I will try the amd64 iso, but anyway this bug is not present in the
> > amd64 installation I have kept updated.
> > Henk
> > Op 24-8-2015 om 19:17 schreef Nio Wiklund:
> >> Hi,
> >> There are duplicate applet icons for online help etc 'â' and
> >> network-manager (nm-applet) when running live from the current Lubuntu
> >> Wily desktop i386 daily iso. I made a comment about it in the iso
> >> testing tracker.
> >> I have not tested Lubuntu Wily for a couple of weeks, and this is the
> >> first time I see this bug. I don't know which package to report against.
> >> Has anybody else noticed it? Is there already a bug report?
> >> Best regards
> >> Nio
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Although for the installed version it will probably help to see if it happens a guest session or a new user account because lxpanel will use config files in your home directory and start them up according to that while a fresh install or new user will use the default permissions. This can lead to people with installed systems missing things that happen for people on fresh install. I think this reason played a part in why 14.04 orginally got released without nm-applet starting as people running it daily still had their old configuration files and did not notice the problem. I also think it would hard for upstream to do any tests of this sort as they don't really know downstream configs will be when making the the upstream code. These bugs in configuration files while not requiring much programming knowledge to fix can be quite sneaky.
Brendan Perrine <walterorlin@xxxxxxxxx>