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Menu items showing blank pages

Postby helios on Thu Mar 06, 2008 7:01 pm

there are several things in the system settings menu that are missing as well. Our last 9 Komputers4Kids installs all were showing blank pages for kde components/default appliciations, which is an improvement...it was completely missing from .44. This caused some problems early on because during phone support, I just thought the user was new and didn't know what he/she was doing when they said there was just a blank page.

oops.

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Re: Menu items showing blank pages

Postby Boo on Thu Mar 06, 2008 10:20 pm

Interesting.
It could be due to some KDE package being missing, or a config file...

thank for the heads up.

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Re: Menu items showing blank pages

Postby helios on Fri Mar 07, 2008 8:10 am

I left part of the equation out and I apologize. when we set up their computers, we always include a top panel and put some of the most important configuration apps there. ie: compiz/system menu/mint software install/etc. The pages from the system menu such as default applications are only missing when you try to access them from that dropdown menu. If you click System menu and access it from there, the problem does not exist. Sorry for not being more clear. You guys chase enough bugs without having to chase phantom bugs.

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Re: Menu items showing blank pages

Postby Boo on Fri Mar 07, 2008 8:55 am

well i did find that I should have set the default mail and web browser.
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