dick balaska <dic### [at] buckosoftcom> wrote:
> >> I think I can add the 'view' menu. Currently, it is Qt magic.
> > I tried switching all except 'main' off, then there seems to be no "docking
> > border"s.
> Hmm, yes I see. You're kind of screwed, eh?
didn't you mean "screwy"? :-)
> The toolbar has a grabber on the left side. Try to right-click that, or
> someplace on the toolbar that's not a button.
either way, thanks, easy -- once one knows.
> >>> [19:51:01.141] WARN QXcbConnection: XCB error: ...
> >> This one is interesting. Um, what it means is um ...
> >> I would guess maybe it's trying to draw to one of the windows you closed
> >> (although Qt should be filtering that).
> > I wonder then whether it's one of the small "ok" type dialogs on starting (w/out
> > existing .pws files).
> Since this is something between Qt and X11, it would be helpful to know
> when this error^H^H warning occurred. My X log just has a ton of
> "monitor on, monitor off".
I understand. will try and pay closer attention when I'll use/play with
> > soon you'll be pulling your hair out because I'll be nitpicking and flood you
> > with "feature requests". :-)
> > speaking of which, the name of the current workspace (file) would be good to
> > have in the titlebar, or somewhere prominent.
> > (see, it's already started.. :-))
> I guess I should open the github bug thingy.
I'll make it worth your while: whether checked or not, "large icons" is,
apparently, all that is on offer. ;-)
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