[lubuntu-users] remembering file dialog size

Fritz Hudnut este.el.paz at gmail.com
Sat Feb 2 00:59:00 UTC 2019

Bug report filed, for Lubuntu Bug reports, but seemed to show up under


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"Again, reporting an issue that showed in Lubuntu 18.10 and continues in Lu
19.04 where the pcmanfm-qt window "menu://applications" when right-click on
an application like "Office" or "Graphics" in the drop down menu selecting
"properties" it shows the "file size" and "On-disk" size to be "0 bytes" .
. . .

Then for example if then 2x clicking on the "Graphics" folder/directory
shows sub-directories, e.g., LibreOffice Draw, LXImage, SCreenshot,
Skanlite icons . . . each has an exclamation point over them.

Double-click on Screenshot does open the app window for a screenshot. But
right-clicking on Screenshot and in >properties >permissions it shows
owner/group/other as set to "forbidden" rather than "read and write"?????

Also Screenshot app >properties shows the same "0 bytes" in file size and
On-disk . . ."

On Thu, Jan 17, 2019 at 7:15 AM Fritz Hudnut <este.el.paz at gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm using lubuntu-18.10 and the file dialogs don't remember there size.
>> FeatherPad
>> Scanlite
>> Screenshot
>> LibreOffice
>> probably others.
>> Firefox and Thunderbird seem to.
>> Has anyone else seen this?
> Yes, I believe so, just checking now in pcman ??  window, right clicking
> on "office" and "graphics" shows file sizes of "0 bytes" . . . .  Also in
> that same window opened from toolbar the "Home" folder when clicked on
> shows "invalid entry" error, same with "Root" . . . .  I believe I also get
> the same message when I click on those desktop icons as well . . . .
> Will be doing an update in a few minutes, and have not filed a bug report
> yet on it--there are a few of these type of issues in Lu 18.10 as of right
> now.
> F
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