Description of problem:
Several problems, numbered:
1. At start I get an error:
$ /usr/lib64/python2.7/site-packages/gobject/constants.py:24: Warning: g_boxed_type_register_static: assertion `g_type_from_name (name) == 0' failed
2. I am able to run the applet more than once.
3. Clicking the applet does nothing
4. Wrong tray?
5. Right-clicking the applet and selecting "firewall zone settings" does nothing
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Steps to Reproduce:
1) This is a warning and does not affect functionality.
2) Yes, you can run it as often as you want to. This is common for most applets.
3) There is no left key menu. Only a right key menu and a tooltip.
4) I am sorry but I do not understand this.
5) Yes, this is a bug in the current applet. The entry in the menu should be insensitive, because firewall-config is not finished yet.
Some followup here:
Is there a way to exit the applet from Gnome-shell?
I find no "close" function, I find no way to remove it.
(In reply to comment #1)
> 1) This is a warning and does not affect functionality.
> 2) Yes, you can run it as often as you want to. This is common for most
What is the benefit to having multiple copies of the applet running?
The disadvantages are:
i) it's clustering my notification bar
ii) it's confusing
> 3) There is no left key menu. Only a right key menu and a tooltip.
I think icons in the notification bar are meant to disappear when you left-click them.
> 4) I am sorry but I do not understand this.
The firewall icon is in the notification bar, but it's not notifying me of anything. Should it be in the bar at the top of the screen?
> 5) Yes, this is a bug in the current applet. The entry in the menu should be
> insensitive, because firewall-config is not finished yet.
Would it be sensible to alert the user to this? At the moment we are meant to be testing things and having no response doesn't indicate to the user if this is a bug or it's intended behaviour.
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