Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 450312
Gnome-clock stops responding!!!
Last modified: 2009-07-14 12:20:56 EDT
Description of problem: There appears to be a problem with the gnome clock.
When I click on the gnome panel clock, it stops responding, staying "pressed
down" and does not popup with my calendar.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Add a google calendar to evolution
2.Delete a location
3.add a location
4. click on the clock
It seems to only happen some of the time.
I've run into this problem as well. The panel clock stops responding (and
stays in a 'preddes in' state) if I have a google calendar enabled in
evolution. I'm not sure if this a bug within gnome-panel or evolution(-data-
server). Some rpm details:
[james@jumbovaio]$ rpm -qa | grep panel
[james@jumbovaio]$ rpm -qa | grep evolution
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I don't remember if this was ever fixed or if I just stopped having the problem. I've since upgraded to the latest so I'm not having this problem anymore with the CURRENT RELEASE.
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