lucid-pre, list view: thunar not "working" anymore on the second level?
cjk at teamcharliesangels.com
Mon Mar 8 20:50:49 UTC 2010
On Mon, 8 Mar 2010 21:26:09 +0100
"Carlos J. Gil Bellosta " <cgb at datanalytics.com> wrote:
> Same here. Quite odd, isn't it?
> 2010/3/8 Kristian Rink <kawazu at zimmer428.net>:
> > Folks;
> > so far experiencing a _rather_ strange thunar behaviour in lucid.
> > Situation: I do have a folder "$HOME/stuff/documentation/". "stuff" also
> > is one of my GTK bookmarks. Here is what happens:
> > (1) By opening a thunar window in $HOME (i.e. using the desktop "Home"
> > shortcut), I can navigate into the "stuff" folder simply (as expected)
> > by double-clicking it. In there, then, however, double-clicking on any
> > file/folder doesn't do anything, anymore. Navigating through entries
> > using up-/down-arrow works, but selecting (in example using "enter")
> > doesn't work either. "Select All" using CTRL-A also doesn't work. Once
> > in this "state", navigating to any of the GTK shortcut folders work, but
> > by then the behaviour is the same in any of them.
> > (2) Using the GTK shortcut "Places" -> "stuff", I can navigate into
> > "documentation" (and any subfolder of "stuff" which wasn't possible
> > earlier), but, then, in there the same behaviour as in (1), only just
> > one folder deeper in the folder tree.
> > This behaviour, however, apparently only does happen while thunar being
> > in "list" view... Having the file manager in icons view does work as
> > expected. Sounds strange, but so far I am not sure how to provide better
> > descriptions... .xsession-errors also doesn't expose any issues. Any way
> > tracking this down? :o
> > TIA and all the best,
> > Kristian
> > --
> > Kristian Rink * http://pictorial.zimmer428.net # kawazu at jabber.org
> > "What was once thought can never be unthought."
> > (Duerrenmatt - 'Die Physiker')
> > --
And, here is the bug report on it:
thunar select ko after use mouse ("detailed view" mode)
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