Daniel Levine | 3 Oct 15:15 2011
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Re: Specifying actions for device nodes

Okay... Thank you very much.

> You could try editing can_set_run_action() in type.c and run_diritem()
> in run.c to allow it.
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Mark Williams | 6 Oct 21:12 2011

Tasklist Doesn't Save Grouping Options

I don't know what the bug is, but I have to reset the group windows of 
the same application to Always every time I run ROX.

Can this be fixed some time soon?

Thanks :)

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informationen | 9 Oct 00:49 2011
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Where is the $PATH-Variable for rox-filer set?

Hi,

rox seems to ignore my settings for the $PATH-Variable in my
.profile and my .zshrc. Where do i have to set the
$PATH-Variable for rox-filer to source it.

Greetings Chris

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Thomas Leonard | 9 Oct 11:24 2011
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Re: Where is the $PATH-Variable for rox-filer set?

On 8 October 2011 23:49, informationen <informationen <at> gmx.de> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> rox seems to ignore my settings for the $PATH-Variable in my
> .profile and my .zshrc. Where do i have to set the
> $PATH-Variable for rox-filer to source it.

(ROX-Filer or ROX-Session?)

The filer uses whatever it was set to when you ran it. Remember that
without -n it may reuse an existing instance.

ROX-Session is probably run from your .xsession file.

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Thomas Leonard | 9 Oct 20:32 2011
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ROX-Filer 2.11

ROX-Filer 2.11 (the file manager at the core of the ROX desktop) has
been released.

You can install it by entering this URL into AddApp:

  http://rox.sourceforge.net/2005/interfaces/ROX-Filer

To upgrade:

- Right click on the application and choose 'Versions...' from the menu.
- Click on 'Refresh all now'.
- Ensure 'Help test new versions' is selected.

For more information, including package downloads, see:

  http://roscidus.com/desktop/ROX-Filer

[ This is basically all the bug fixes we've picked up over the last
couple of years... thought it was about time for a release... ]

Changes in 2.11:

- Converted from Glade to GtkBuilder.

- Fixed typo in German translation (Alek).

- "build" script runs autoconf and build the documentation if necessary. This
  is needed for Git checkouts.

- Don't lower panel when the pointer moves over an applet. Reported by mark76
  on IRC.

- Centre the pinboard image correctly if larger than the screen (Mohamed Amine
  IL Idrissi). Patch sent to Ubuntu anonymously and forwarded; see Ubuntu bug
  #615490.

- Depend on 0compile 0.19.1. Fixes bug using distribution-provided pkg-config.

- Added build dependency on pkg-config.

- Bugfix: unselect item when menu is closed. We used to listen for
  "unmap_event", but this is no longer emitted in recent versions of GTK.
  Switched to using "selection-done" instead. Closes #2925212 (reported by
  Barry Kauler).

- Added button to options window to create the 'rox' start up script (Stephen
  Watson).

- Updated Italian translation (Yuri).

- Updated Brazilian Portuguese translation (Sérgio Cipolla).

- Updated Spanish and Galician translations (Antonio Sánchez). The
  how-to-change-permissions explanation had a mistake that made the help window
  appear blank.

- Updated Spanish translation (Antonio Sánchez and Luis Felipe Abad).

- Turn the error on invalid line breaks in uri_list_to_glist into a warning
  (Stephen Watson). Firefox 3.5 upto and including 3.5.2 gets it wrong, but we
  don't want to stop drops working until they fix it.

- Eliminated the duplicated code between pixmap_background_thumb() and
  pixmap_try_thumb(). pixmap_background_thumb() now calls pixmap_try_thumb() to
  get from memory or load from cache (Stephen Watson).

- Added option to place panels under the control of the _NET_WORKAREA property
  (Stephen Watson). Note it only checks the work area at the point it creates
  the panel.

- Fix bug in XDG MIME magic: if two matches at the same priority returned
  exactly the same type, it was considered a conflict (Stephen Watson).

- Newer versions of GTK+ issue warnings if a spin button has a non-zero page
  size (Stephen Watson).

- If a file has a thumbnail, display it in the infobox (Stephen Watson).

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Abrolag | 9 Oct 21:52 2011
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Re: ROX-Filer 2.11

On Sun, 9 Oct 2011 19:32:59 +0100
Thomas Leonard <talex5 <at> gmail.com> wrote:

> ROX-Filer 2.11 (the file manager at the core of the ROX desktop) has
> been released.

Somebody must be mind reading :o

I was only thinking yesterday that we must be due for an update :)

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Denis Prost | 20 Oct 21:26 2011
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no sendto menu items icon

Hi everyone,

this is my first post to the list. I like rox lightness and ease of use, I'm just facing a minor problem :
I'm simply using rox-filer with icewm (no Rox-session). I set some items in the sendto menu, but strangely they are displayed in the menu without icons while the icons are displayed when running rox-filer on an XFCE or GNOME session.
Anyone knows what I could do to get the icons with icewm ?
Thanks,
Regards,

Denis
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Daniel Levine | 21 Oct 01:40 2011
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Re: no sendto menu items icon

Try changing your GTK theme. Some GTK themes don't allow icons in menus.

Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2011 21:26:54 +0200
From: denis.prost <at> wanadoo.fr
To: rox-users <at> lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [rox-users] no sendto menu items icon

Hi everyone,

this is my first post to the list. I like rox lightness and ease of use, I'm just facing a minor problem :
I'm simply using rox-filer with icewm (no Rox-session). I set some items in the sendto menu, but strangely they are displayed in the menu without icons while the icons are displayed when running rox-filer on an XFCE or GNOME session.
Anyone knows what I could do to get the icons with icewm ?
Thanks,
Regards,

Denis
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Denis Prost | 21 Oct 08:05 2011
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Re: no sendto menu items icon

Thanks for the answer, Daniel.
there must be some other explanation since I'm using the same gtk theme on XFCE or GNOME sessions where the icons are properly displayed.

Denis

Le 21/10/2011 01:40, Daniel Levine a écrit :
Try changing your GTK theme. Some GTK themes don't allow icons in menus.

Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2011 21:26:54 +0200
From: denis.prost <at> wanadoo.fr
To: rox-users <at> lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [rox-users] no sendto menu items icon

Hi everyone,

this is my first post to the list. I like rox lightness and ease of use, I'm just facing a minor problem :
I'm simply using rox-filer with icewm (no Rox-session). I set some items in the sendto menu, but strangely they are displayed in the menu without icons while the icons are displayed when running rox-filer on an XFCE or GNOME session.
Anyone knows what I could do to get the icons with icewm ?
Thanks,
Regards,

Denis
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Daniel Levine | 21 Oct 14:44 2011
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Re: no sendto menu items icon

Hmm. Perhaps your icon theme is not set properly, since you're not in an Xfce or Gnome session? Try setting it with lxappearance, or adding

gtk-icon-theme-name="GNOME"

or such to your .gtkrc-2.0.

Date: Fri, 21 Oct 2011 08:05:08 +0200
From: denis.prost <at> wanadoo.fr
To: rox-users <at> lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [rox-users] no sendto menu items icon

Thanks for the answer, Daniel.
there must be some other explanation since I'm using the same gtk theme on XFCE or GNOME sessions where the icons are properly displayed.

Denis


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