well for 32bits system the install is described in
for 64 bits, you need to compile it by hand, and patch the gtk lib
read the last few pages, between me and rainwoodman.
with his help i was able to do it.
and the good part it works
take the instruction on how to patch from that install site.
use the patch file Rainmanwood says, and get his 0.5-devel source, as explained earlier in this thread.
Hmm i have installed in on my hardy 32 bits without problems, only problem was the 64bits computers.
from that screenshot it looks like you don't have the patched gtklib
you can test the menu's with the test programs in Rainmanwood's 0.5-devel/test/testmenubar
if that works, you are indeed missing the patched gtklib
^^^ You prolly only need to use the Mac4Lin MacMenu version instead of the normal Mac4Lin GTK theme
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Would you grab branches/0.5-yu, compile it on your 64-bit machine, and do the following test:
(suppose you have logged in on tty1 tty2, and your X session is on :0,)
./gnomenu-call -c Ping -p message -v "ding..ding.."
./gnomenu-call -e Hello &
./gnomenu-call -c Emit -p _event_ -v Hello
and tell me the results?
ThanksCode:[rainwoodman server]$ ./gnomenu-call -c Ping -p message -v "ding..ding.." ** Message: <GnomenuGlobalMenu>::cid obtained: 1014 ding..ding.. [rainwoodman server]$ ./gnomenu-call -e Hello &  21716 ** Message: <GnomenuGlobalMenu>::cid obtained: 1015 [rainwoodman server]$ ./gnomenu-call -c Emit -p _event_ -v Hello ** Message: <GnomenuGlobalMenu>::cid obtained: 1016 (null) [rainwoodman server]$ <command name="Hello" cid="1016"><p name="_event_">Hello</p></command> + Done ./gnomenu-call -e Hello
Last edited by rainwoodman; July 27th, 2008 at 08:06 PM.