Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 64824
mini_commander_applet does not honor bg color preference
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:42:32 EDT
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Description of problem:
The mini_commander_applet applet ignores the background color preference set by
the user in its 'preferences' window. No matter what color is selected, the
backgorund will be white.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.add a mini-commander applet to a gnome-panel (found among 'utility' applets)
2.right click, open the preferences window
3.set any color but white as background color
Actual Results: background color remains white.
Expected Results: background color changes to the user selected one.
The foreground color works as expected. Default setting has black background and
white foreground, making the text invisible. Fresh 7.3 installation, occurs with
or without nautilus.
Weird. Re-installing 7.3 from scratch (due to clumsy parted usage...) resulted
in mini-commander functioning properly. The problem might depend on some obscure
panel-wm-nautils configuration. Reproduction info is therefore not as precise,
but I think it's still a bug.
Appears to work in Rawhide, and the prefs storage code is quite different, so
it's unlikely to have the same corner case failures (if that's what this was).