[ubuntu-za] Ubuntu virus-free but what about bugs?
jan at verslank.net
Thu Sep 12 19:50:30 UTC 2013
Great stuff Frans, many thanks.
Nothing I could find in Ubuntu Tweak, but I found them in my home folder
where I could delete them and I could also copy the images that I want
in the pics folder to my home folder from where they autmatically show
in the pics folder for the desktop background.
Makes me proud of our SA Ubuntu Community and makes me wonder why the
International community was unable to come up with this simple and
On 11/09/2013 21:43, Frans de waal wrote:
> On Sep 11, 2013 8:15 PM, "Jan Greeff" <jan at verslank.net
> <mailto:jan at verslank.net>> wrote:
> > Hi Frans,
> > It will be great if there is a workaround.
> > As I mentioned, I am using Ubuntu 12.04. To get to the pictures
> folder, I go to System Settings, Appearance, Wallpapers, Pictures Folder.
> > Jan
> Ok, that is your desktop wallpaper foto's chances are they get cached
> somewhere, this is not an image management program, you should be
> able to find and delete this images... you can try using Ububtu Tweak
> to clean out your cache files or search for an wallpaper folder under
> your home folder... it might be a folder or two in... removing files
> there should remove as you would like it to
> > On 11/09/2013 14:57, Frans de waal wrote:
> >> On Wednesday, 11 September 2013, Jan Greeff wrote:
> >>> A bug has been reported to the effect that the "-" button in the
> pictures folder of the desktop images in Ubuntu 12.04 does not work,
> so we can upload images via "+" but cannot delete them via "-".
> >>> What puzzles me is that a little bug like this cannot be too
> difficult to rectify, why is it not done?
> >>> What also puzzles me is the fact that, when I load new images to
> this pictures folder, they get deleted every time when I close the
> page, however, some images that I have deleted to trash have found
> their way to the pictures folder and are stuck there, there is
> apparently no way that I can delete them.
> >>> Jan
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> >> This is where every one starts asking "But are there really one
> piece of software that's bug free?"
> >> Jan yes I too find that there are lots of bugs...but it's Linux and
> its free...and I do like a challenge when it presents itself,
> workarounds are great ways to get around these problems, sometimes one
> just need to think out of the box and work with the problems, even the
> best of them does have some major flaws they are just better hidden.
> >> Now there are some questions: what are the program versions you are
> using and which program do you use to open this pictures folder?
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