Description of problem:
doing "Help" on the "Show Desktop" applet gives an error.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Show Desktop Button 2.4.0
Steps to Reproduce:
1. add the "Show Desktop Button" to your panel, by right clicking on
the panel, doing "Add to Panel" | "Actions" | "Show Desktop"
2. right click on the "Show Desktop"
3. click on "Help"
an error dialog with the message: "There was an error displaying
help: Help document show-desktop/show-desktop not found"
the help browser would launch to a page about the "Show Desktop" applet.
I'm using Fedora Core release 1 (Yarrow)
Where is this thingy located? Hard to fix when one can't find it.
rpm -ql gnome-panel | grep show
only renders /usr/share/pixmaps/gnome-show-desktop.png as a result.
Actually, the version of gnome-user-docs in FC1 doesn't contain the
docs for the show desktop applet. Those docs were first added in
gnome-user-docs 2.4.0. Moving to gnome-user-docs.
Even though there has been no upgrade of gnome-user-docs the error
message has disappeared. Yelp appears with a general page. However,
the panel does not auto hide on the showing of help.
The above should read:
... the error message has disappeared with the update of gnome-panel
Although the help docs have not been updated the error message has
disappeared with the update to gnome-panel 2.4.2(-1/-3).