Update on 14.04
superduper3000 at outlook.com
Tue Apr 22 17:15:11 UTC 2014
About the Chromium bug, in previous versions of Lubuntu the keyboard
input method has never been ibus by default. I just went to [Preferences
/ Language Support] menu and changed Keyboard input method system from
ibus to none. This was the default method in previous Lubuntu versions.
Chromium and the rest of Lubuntu work then just fine after a restart.
I am running Lubuntu since the release every day and apart of the two
issues you mentioned (chromium and nm-applet) - which both have
workarounds, there are till now no major issues.
There are some minor problems with pcmanfm - dual pane cannot keep the
viewport, --set-wallaper cli option works only for the first monitor,
etc, but these are not related directly to Lubuntu. Also for Chromium
-start-maximized does not work anymore. All minor issues.
On 04/22/2014 04:44 AM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
> I'd like to heard what bug numbers we have onto this email so that I can
> liase with our head of dev when he gets settled into his new appartment
> (and has internet etc!!!).
> The Chromium bug seems to be an a row with iBus, killing the iBus applet
> brings being able to type into Chromium. At this point I do not see a
> need to go running off to another system that has zero chance of being
> accepted into an LTS and suggest people await a full bug fix. (We need
> more testers!!!)
> The Bug is in Chromium and iBUS API ... they just need told to be play
> together nicely.
> The nm-applet not being there.. well, it just seems to have been
> forgotten to be auto start - I'm as guilty as any tester, as I didn't
> even notice it had gone because it had not being there had no effect as
> I rebooted simply because it had been previously configured. (We need
> more testsers!!!)
> Anyone else got any major bugs, apart the usual 'my old graphics card
> doesn't work' ?
> Please feel free to speak freely, but please also note that this is a
> request of where we are and not people to start arguing with each other.
> Please keep such squabbles to your selves and just leave constrictive
> comments on here.
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