I've juts updated to Fedora 27 and I've realized Thunar does not refresh
content of directory (I have to manually use the F5 key).
Is this something we are aware of, or should I file bugs?
Should we look at retiring xfce4-mixer in f29?
It doesn't play nice with pulseaudio
we have xfce4-pulseaudio-plugin that works much better
it never got a 4.12 release.
it still uses gstreamer-0.1x
it has a bunch of bugs outstanding upstream
Does anyone see a need for it to stay around?
On 04/26/2018 11:43 PM, Philip Rhoades wrote:
> On 2018-04-27 09:34, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
>> On 04/23/2018 06:38 PM, Mukundan Ragavan wrote:
>>> I think we should primarily because I do not know when it will stop
>>> working .... :(
>>> If you recall, last time I obsoleted it, there were some users and we
>>> still seem to have some users judging from emails below. So .. I
>>> guess wait and watch.
>> Well, so far there's 1 person in this thread, and they agreed to try
>> switching away from it. :)
>> So, I think there's a better chance we could retire it now...
> Well, to be clear, what I said / meant was that the next time I
> re-install from scratch with a new HD is when I would try something else
> - that could be 12 months away . .
Well, if we retire xfce4-mixer now, it will not disappear until Fedora
29 anyhow. (well, and rawhide).
I'm still in favor of dropping it.
I have 5 "standard" Chrome windows that I open routinely in a particular
order. I then quite frequently have another handful of windows open for
other work with the tabs grouped logically together in each window for
the particular job required. The XFCE panel then contains a button on
the panel which when clicked shows a list of ~10 Chrome windows on it -
it would be nice to be able to re-order the list of windows without
trying to work out which window to switch to by the active tab that is
displayed in the list - but switching by knowing eg that the window I
want is "third from the top".
It doesn't look like re-ordering is possible at the moment?
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