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@Viking: recently-used.xbel is the recent documents file, which gnome-shell uses to display your recent documents when you search.
viking777 wrote:@pluraldave - Had another look at this problem because I noted that my recently-used.xbel has returned of its own accord. I wonder if this was due to a gnome-shell update that occurred on the 10th, it might have been.
viking777 wrote:The thing is that in the new version of 'shell' the search function is working perfectly well (including the recently used documents) with my nvidia driver. This could mean one of two things, either it has been fixed with the last update or it is size related as you noted above. The old xbel file that I still have in my Trash was 19Kb+ whereas the new one is only 5Kb+ so we will see what happens as it fills up. At least I will know what to do if the crashes start happening again.
Well spotted btw!
I doubt it's fixed
you are not alone (not me, but look at this)
as soon as it is recreated (and with a size of 66.7kb always)
zerozero wrote:yes i tried (to no avail ) half of the times i get a message saying that the file was changed on disk, do i want to reload or cancel? either option brings the xbel file in all its beauty as soon as i close gedit.
if i move it to reciclebin or delete it, it's just a seconds fix: close nautilus, open it again and there it is
viking777 wrote:Gnome doesn't know or care anything about kwrite so it lets you do what you want.
Just a theory
zerozero wrote:viking777 wrote:Gnome doesn't know or care anything about kwrite so it lets you do what you want.
Just a theory
hah what would we do without kde? apparently the sneaky fix is working
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