sonrebel7 wrote:nope no extensions, this is a fresh install from the live cd. i have a screenshot but i dont know how to upload it since its png
And in Firefox, Help>About Mozilla Firefox
., shows the version is which ?
--in Linux Mint 7 -gloria, my version is 3.0.11, since I haven't used the latest version of Firefox 3.5x, I am waiting for it to appear in the repository (and fix any issues..)
I would search xfce for bugs firsthttp://bugzilla.xfce.org/buglist.cgi?qu ... save+image
Or query the Internet for similar issues..http://www.pcuser.com.au/pcuser/hs2.nsf ... 47007BF7E0http://blog.xfce.org/
It is now possible to save screenshots on any remote share supported by GVFS: ftp, sftp, samba... You just need to connect to a share or a distant computer using Gigolo or gvfs-connect and it will be displayed in the sidebar of the save dialog.
Or it might be changes to xfce desktop settingshttp://www.linuxmint.com/blog/?p=962
--unless absolutely nothing has been touched..http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/10340
Desktop Settings and Screensaver let you select the desktop background (solid colors or gradients, or an image) and screensaver, along with some behavior aspects, such as the meaning of a middle- or right-click (the defaults are showing the window list and showing the desktop menu, respectively) or what kinds of icons (if any) will be shown. How about Risotto (image(s)) and Thunar (file manager) configurations ?