EDIT: Bug here http://code.google.com/p/gnome2-glob...id=377&q=gedit
Last edited by Tibuda; March 16th, 2009 at 08:17 PM.
Of course this is just one users opinion. YMMV.
Since updated yesterday, GlobalMenu does not start, and at startup got the message: "El panel ha encontrado un problema mientras cargaba «OAFIID:GlobalMenu_PanelApplet»." (Intrepid on AMD Turion 64x2 Dell Inspiron 1501)
I try uninstalling and installing again but nothing works.
Even worst. No one of the applications now showing their menus. I undestant than certain GTK packages must be reinstalled in order to restore the menues, but wich ones?.
Is there a way to reinstall the previous version??
first of all: You shouldn't need to reinstall any gnome application.
So you're using intrepid on gnome or xfce? Which one exactly?
To use an older version, remove your apt-line in your sources.list, go to globalmenu's PPA in launchpad and select "superseeded". You will be shown older versions you can install.
To restore your menus, you can also start gconf-editor, then delete /schemas/apps/globalmenu-panel-applet.
PLEASE file a bug on this, because this doesn't sound like a packaging error to me: http://code.google.com/p/gnome2-globalmenu/issues/list
Thanks for testing.
PS Have you read #2778?
Desktop : iMac 21.5" (2011) Core i5 Sandy Bridge - AMD Radeon HD 6750M - 8Gb RAM - OS X 10.8.3 Mountain Lion
Laptop : EasyNote TS 44HR (2012) - Core i3 Sandy Bridge - Intel HD3000 - 4Gb RAM - elementary OS 0.2 + Windows 7 Home Premium SP1
If the package is removed already, try to unregister the schemas manually (two actions):Code:sudo dpkg -r gnome-globalmenu
also check your .profilerc or .gnomerc not containing an export anymore.Code:sudo gconf-schemas --unregister /usr/share/gconf/schemas/gnome-globalmenu.schemas GCONF_CONFIG_SOURCE=xml:merged:/etc/gconf/gconf.xml.defaults /usr/bin/gconftool-2 --makefile-install-rule /usr/share/gconf/schemas/gnome-globalmenu.schemas
If that didn't help I guess this is not a packaging bug. Please ask the devs at the google page then.
Your understanding is true for the 0.4 and prior versions.I understand that certain GTK packages must be reinstalled in order to restore the menus
Again, what does previous mean? 0.6.x, 0.4.x, 0.3.x or the macmenu version?Is there a way to reinstall the previous version?
Click on Issues tab.
There are already bunch of issues scheduled for 0.7.5.
But asking any human being to do this job is too much.
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