Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] Small bug with the right "plugs" icon in the panel
- From: Damien Sandras <dsandras seconix com>
- To: gnomemeeting-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] Small bug with the right "plugs" icon in the panel
- Date: Tue, 03 Feb 2004 21:13:22 +0100
Kilian explained me your problem and I could verify it.
I will fix that, thanks for the report for that (small?) bug!
Le mar 03/02/2004 à 20:52, Damien Sandras a écrit :
> > Yes. I just retested it with the gnomemeeting-cvs .deb, and with a fresh rebuild
> > from the CVS archive. Both times I zapped the gconf directory (cleanly this time
> > :-). Here's what I test with, if that can be of help:
> > - Called machine: Debian SID i386, KDE, gnomemeeting-0.99.2, latest libpt-cvs
> > and -dev (20040201.CVS-1) and libopenh323-cvs and -dev (20040201.CVS-1) from the
> > gnomemeeting-cvs Debian feed.
> > - Caller machine: Debian SID i386, KDE, gnomemeeting-0.98.5 from the regular
> > unstable Debian feed, libpt and libopenh323 also from the unstable feed.
> > I call the first box with the second, the little icon in the KDE tray starts
> > wiggling, the incoming call popup shows up, I move the popup out of the way and
> > click on the right icon in the panel, the two plugs in the icon connect together
> > but nothing happens. If I click again on the icon, the two plugs in the icon
> > disconnect and the panel called machine panel says "local user cleared the call"
> > while the one in the caller machine says "remote user cleared the call".
> > This happens with the popup disabled, and with the ringing tone disabled too.
> > Let me know if there's something else you want me to test.
> I think I understand what you are telling me!
> You are trying to disconnect using the toggle button in the main window.
> The main window button is only used to connect/disconnect, not to refuse
> calls. If you don't want to use the popup to disconnect, you will have
> to use either the main menu, or to right-click on the blinking icon in
> the tray and choose disconnect.
> The only thing you can do with the button is calling somebody,
> connecting to that person and disconnecting. That button always
> represents the current calling state : connected or not. If you push on
> it, and toggle it, it will accept the call.
_ Damien Sandras
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