Handyman wrote:alanstanley wrote: 1. Skype - am unable to get the audio input working, in-spite of trying all possible combinations of configurations within Skype and the audio devices available. I managed to get it working in Ubuntu 8.10 but the identical configuration doesn't work in Felicia.
I'm also having trouble with Skype. When Skype is running it completely disables my sound in other apps. Sounds works fine when Skype is shut down. I tried reinstalling Skype after deleting the app and hidden .Skype folder. Same problem after reinstalling.
Some of the options don't show up consistently.
Example: I open brasero and near the bottom where it lets you choose the kind of disc you are trying to make, some times it only gives data or media. Other times it gives all options, including ISO. It's the same with speed. Sometimes it gives only 40 or 32, other times it includes all speeds. And also with the little extra options, sometimes it shows all four of them, other times it only shows one or two.
Is anyone else having this issue or is there an update to fix this?
2) some flash videos are extremely choppy!
exploder wrote:2) some flash videos are extremely choppy!
This will take care of that.
Try turning off these security settings in Firefox.
Tell me if the site I'm visiting is a suspected attack site
Tell me if the site I'm visiting is a suspected forgery
would like to post my bug
I have got two disks in my pc;
disk1 - 50/50 XP & Mint
disk2 - NTFS (used to store data, from my XP system)
The problem being, Mint does not Auto Mount disk 2, instead i have go to Computer on desktop and then
double click on disk 2 icon which gives the following error;
Unable to Mount Location
Internal Error: No Mount object for mounted volume
I then click ok on the pop error message box, it then mounts the volume onto my desktop!
I have seen several other people say that the have the same problem, has it been resolved or is it still a bug?
Panpan wrote:Hello everybody
I recently installed Linux Mint (Felicia) and everything was fine until recently where Firefox started covering the taskbar, with no window bar on top (where the minimize/maximize/close buttons are). I was able to fix this by pressing F11 like some have stated in this thread, but now if I minimize any window, it won't go in the desktop taskbar, and the only way to access it again is with alt+tab.
I didn't really mess with any setting, except for trying to reset the compiz config to default. Also, I think this bug appeared after I watched a few videos on youtube.
Finally, I would like to know if there is a way to disable the internal computer beeping that Linux makes when I press some keys on my keyboard, or when I click shutdown/restart in the menu.
I have been enjoying this OS very much until I ran into those two irritating bugs, and I really hope they can be fixed...
you can fix it by very slightly resizing the window, and by not maximizing firefox.
Panpan wrote:Hmm, maybe I have not been clear enough. The problem is that windows don't appear in Linux Mint's taskbar anymore. As you can see on the screenshot below, there is no tabs in the taskbar even though there is 3 different applications already opened... pretty annoying
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