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Re: [opensuse] Re: Stange fonts (Solved)
  • From: Gunnar Haaland <gunnar.haland@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 10 Jan 2009 21:50:28 +0100
  • Message-id: <49690A14.9070504@xxxxxxx>
Allen Zhu wrote:
What version of Picasa are you using?

Allen Zhu
allen.jaloola@xxxxxxxxx

Richard Dawkins - "By all means let's be open-minded, but not so
open-minded that our brains drop out."


On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 8:59 AM, Gunnar Haaland <gunnar.haland@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Charles Philip Chan skrev:
"Allen Zhu" <allen.jaloola@xxxxxxxxx>
writes:

But, if Konsole is having a problem, why don't you just use the GNOME
Terminal, xterm, if it runs fine??
Sorry but you are confusing me with the OP- I am just commenting that
apps from both emvironments can work in both. My XTerm of choice is
actually Terminal.app (a GNUstep app) from the GAP project.

Cheers.

Charles

I have solved my problem with konsoll,I changed the type to
Cursor, and now it works fine.
But I still have problem with some program.
I have used Picasa under Opensuse 10. and up, but now on Opensuse 11.1
it can not get it to work.
It install fine, first start is ok, it finds my pictures im my /home/
folder. When I try to get picasas to use other folder, it seem to use up
all memory, it spin the harddrive, I have to use -ctrl del backspace-
to stop it.
And then start the PC again.
Gunnar
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I have tried Picasa2 and Picasa3, with the same problem.
I found out that I have installed wine, and Picasa did not liked this.
I still have problem with fonts and Picasa3, but Picasa2 is ok.
Gunnar
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