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[opensuse-gnome] GNOME main menu bugs
  • From: Alberto Passalacqua <alberto.passalacqua@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 16 Mar 2008 22:54:40 -0500
  • Message-id: <1205726080.11949.19.camel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hello,

looking at bugzilla, I found various bugs regarding gnome-main-menu
which are still open, and that would be wonderful to see solved/closed
before the release of 11.0, especially those about memory leaks and
loading delays.

The following bugs have been already assigned:

* Bug 338024 - main-menu uses a lot of cpu resources (Assignee:
Federico)
* Bug 194880 - Main Menu too large and can't resize when using
lower monitor screen resolutions (Assignee: bnc-team-gnome)
* Bug 184520 - Gnome menu locks when opening complex Excel files
through shares (Assignee: bnc-team-gnome)
* Bug 310710 - cropped gnome-main-menu icon and label (Assignee:
Federico)
* Bug 255732 - GNOME-Main-Menu: Add to Favorites Behavior
Inconsistent (Assignee: bnc-team-gnome)
* Bug 247906 - The buttons on the gnome-main-menu are too big.
(Assignee: bnc-team-gnome)
* Bug 328838 - Sorting apps in SLAB doesn't work (Assignee:
bnc-team-gnome)

The following are still marked as new, even though many have been
assigned:

* Bug 348183 - gnome-main-menu startup time > 1min + 100% CPU
* Bug 343725 - gnome-main-menu - rename or remove items does not
work
* Bug 338515 - In main gnome menu application must don't
duplicated
* Bug 362974 - "Computer" on main menu seems to ignore fast clicks
* Bug 343917 - Main-Menu overlaps Orca's screen magnifier
* Bug 362953 - gnome-main-menu high CPU usage on opening multiple
files in Nautilus
* Bug 352120 - strangely big main-menu
* Bug 356624 - main-menu / multi-display ...
* Bug 328122 - gnome-main-menu and keyboard navigation
* Bug 336735 - Slab and Intlclock always show on display :0.0 in
TwinView/Non-Xinerama
* Bug 187876 - Main Menu - Recent Documents list includes files
that do not exist
* Bug 364186 - Main menu leaks again

Regards,
Alberto

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