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- Oct 12 2014, 2:35 PM (285 w, 23 h)
Nov 6 2017
Apr 20 2016
My apologies for the long delay. I had a couple of compile errors I haven't had time to follow up on . However, another Manjaro user seems to have solved the issue. There has been an out-of-date python-efl package (1.15) in the repositories. At first blush all seems to be well after installing 1.17. However, if we could leave the report open just a wee bit longer I will turn back to doing a trace just in case.
Feb 19 2016
OK, I've built and installed econnman with -O0 and -g flags . . . and it now returns "No stack."
Feb 17 2016
Thanks. Sorry for the delay in getting a backtrace, but I'm just catching time between work these days.
Feb 15 2016
From the last line of the output it looks as if I am missing debugging symbols. I am swamped at the moment, so I can likely not get to adding symbols until the weekend. For what it's worth, here is the output so far. Let me know if, by chance, it helps:
Feb 2 2016
I agree with Simon and would add that, since I rarely have my shelf filled to full length, I find myself clicking the bit of wallpaper that shows for quick access to the menu to do things like restart E or take a screenshot.
Thanks for the clarification, Mike.
Yet, if you ask "should the option be available," I would say, "yes." Even though I have not availed myself of the option, the question has focused me on the possibilities and I WILL be playing with some variations!
My non-autohide shelves are 28px. I have found that on 15,6" screens larger is OK, but smaller laptop screens don't just give more screen area, but look better as well. My autohide, left-side shelf is 40px as I recall.
Like Dale I have two production machines without autohide (at the bottom) and one mostly for play and theme work that has an autohide shelf on the left side.
Dec 27 2015
Oct 13 2015
Um, I believe that would be known as (or at least the equivlaent of) abstaining! :-0
Oct 12 2015
I think gadgets should take top priority for two reasons. First, for a DE E still has relatively few native applications and gadgets. Second, and more important, I keep seeing complaints from those who mourn the loss of of this or that from e17. Yes, it can be a pain finding settings at times, but KDE can present similar challenges at times and people manage to live with it.
Oct 12 2014
I am new to (Manjaro) E18/19 and a relative novice, but I would be glad to take a crack at drafting something and maintaining it. I find the video hard to read and too long to be convenient. The man file I've seen is incomplete.