Description of problem:
I am trying to workaround with bug 651177, and realized that it is related with phonon-backend-gstreamer. Then, i installed phonon-backend-xine and marked it as preferred in System Setting->Multimedia->Phonon->Backend.
Now, Every time i select System Setting->Multimedia->Phonon, The <Apply> button is with a green checkmark, and if i just click <overview>, without making any changes, a dialog pops up saying :
The settings of the current module have changed.
I swear that the dialog box is a big lier!!!!
After deal with gstreamer and change to xine ? Always.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install FEDORA 15
2. Install phonon-backend-xine
3. Make xine the preferred phonon BackEnd
4. Now, just go there and try to exit. The LIER will pop up.
LIER dialog popping.
That it says the truth.
The dialog is a LIAR (not LIER)
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