[Digikam-users] Busy Symbol

Stedtlund falolaf at gmail.com
Sun Aug 29 15:30:04 BST 2010


Do you by any chance try to change white balance when you see this?  I
have seen this behaviour, when applying white blance, since at least
V1.2.0. Now I'm using 1.4.0 with this "feature". I have to restart
digiKam to have the original pointer back again.

I should have reported this earlier, but there seems allways be
something else to do...


2010/8/29 davidvj <davidvj at verizon.net>:
> Ver 1.3.0
> I find that after some time working with DK the "Busy" disk replaces the
> normal pointer and never stops until I shut down DK and make a restart.
> I did find this also in 1.2.0
> Not a big problem!
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