Great new KMix is commited ... feedback appreciated
c.esken at cityweb.de
Sat Jun 19 22:29:44 BST 2004
On Saturday 19 June 2004 18:49, Stefan Gehn wrote:
> On Mittwoch Juni 16 2004 15:18, Christian Esken wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I commited the completely refactored KMix to KDE HEAD.
> > If anyone feels like giving it a try, I would appreciate feedback very
> > much.
> > Please direct your answers either directly to me - or to the list, if
> > appropriate.
> currently the applet is broken as hell.
I'm sorry, but unfortunately you got an intermediate version.
The first commited version was better, and the current is about perfect (Except one thing: "Keys might not get saved/restored in all occasions")
And I'm glad that you only report PanelApplet stuff. This was still pending.
> - doesn't actually show the current settings, the bars are all "empty"
Initial update was missing - fixed now
> - forgot the channels that were visible and shows all again
I don't believe this -it cannot be. When does this happen? After you drag the panel, re-login or after removing and re-inserting the Applet?
> - has some weird spacing depending on how much width is available (all this on
> a horizontal panel)
Not a real bug: It takes as much space as it gets: I might change that if possible.
> - draws the channels over eachother if there is not enough width
> - drawing and dragging volume is inverse, the "inverse" checkbox does nothing
Second: "inverse" has been removed now, due to VERY unclear semantics
> I really don't know why you think such a refactoring was needed. kmix and its
Because there was NO WAY to fix bugs anymore. If one fixes one bug, you would create one or two new.
> applet worked fine before, now it's all the way broken and unusable.
It worked? You should have taken a look at bugs.kde.org. This PanelApplet was a neat bug-house, nothing more.
- It crashed all the time
- It would not show
- It loses all its settings as soon as you drag it
- It forget to save config
- and so on and so on.
Sorry again, the version now is clean.
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