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Thread: Drag N Drop bug in Gnome Jaunty !!

  1. #1
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    Drag N Drop bug in Gnome Jaunty !!

    hey guys..

    I installed Jaunty Jackalope (Gnome) since it was Alpha6.
    and I noticed that "Drag and Drop" any file or text between Gtk applications is slow and buggy !
    I installed KDE, but the drag and drop works fine even when running Gtk application in KDE !

    less than 5 days left for the official release, and the problem is not solved yet !!
    I hope it'll be solved in the next update..

    regards,
    MaXo..
    Last edited by GNU MaXo; April 19th, 2009 at 10:40 AM.

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    Re: Drag N Drop bug in Gnome Jaunty !!

    I can't confrim it here, but nobody will notice it in a user support forum either. You need to file it on launchpad: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+filebug

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    Re: Drag N Drop bug in Gnome Jaunty !!

    I'm on it .. thanks.

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    Re: Drag N Drop bug in Gnome Jaunty !!

    Myself and a friend are experiencing this bug too. I can't move icons on the desktop to the bottom of the screen, nor can I drag/drop stuff into folders if the window is at the bottom of the screen.

    Did anyone here create a launchpad bug so I can add myself to it?

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    Re: Drag N Drop bug in Gnome Jaunty !!

    Same here. Dragging and dropping from and to any location causes a big delay of 5-10 seconds before gnome actually recognizes de drag or drop.

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    Re: Drag N Drop bug in Gnome Jaunty !!

    I just experienced a complete system lock twice in a row when attempting to drag a Mozilla Firefox window from the left to the right. The pointer remained in the shape of a closed fist and the system was completely unresponsive - I had to force it to power off by holding the power button for 5 seconds each time.
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