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Description of problem:
Opening Control Centre opens preferences in Nautilus, with the Control Centre
again in this window? Open it, and another instance pops up, open it again and
so on and so forth.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Login to X.
2. RedHat Start-> Preferences -> Control Centre
3. Open Control Centre again in the Nautilus window that opens.
Actual Results: Control Centre opens Control Centre? Does not make sense?
Expected Results: There should be no option for control centre.
Control Centre to me seems like a higher level than all its neighbouring
Preferences buddies... most new users like me will think of it as Windows
Control Panel. I believe all the preferences should be under Control Panel.
Havoc, you're the menu guy. Any idea about why this is happening?
I've just got into Linux, and I've been reading a lot of GNOME discussion
groups about overhauls of menus and whatnot... so, you may as well close this
bug. I'm sure it will get nutted out.
Sorry, just over-eager to help!
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 117500 ***
Changed to 'CLOSED' state since 'RESOLVED' has been deprecated.