[Bug 566784] Re: several of the plugins seem to be dissabled or have missing paths

zhalim zhalim2001 at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 8 20:05:06 BST 2010


The greyed out plugins listing is by design. I've found out after reading the README file from the source package from gnome site.
It was under the "Notes on plugins for advanced users.
It states : 

1. configuration

>From the UI you can only configure (choose to use or not to use mostly) non essential plugins; that is all those that don't burn, blank, or image.
If you really want to choose which of the latters you want brasero to use, one simple solution is to remove the offending plugin from brasero plugin directory ("install_path"/lib/brasero/plugins/) if you're sure that you won't want to use it.
You can also set priorities between plugins. They all have a hardcoded priority that can be overriden through Gconf. Each plugin has a key in "/apps/brasero/config/priority".
If you set this key to -1 this turns off the plugin.
If you set this key to 0 this leaves the internal hardcoded priority - the default that basically lets brasero decide what's best.
If you set this key to more than 0 then that priority will become the one of the plugin - the higher, the more it has chance to be picked up.

Hope this helps.

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several of the plugins seem to be dissabled or have missing paths
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/566784
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