Re: [Nautilus-list] Some Bugs and Concerns
- From: Seth Nickell <snickell stanford edu>
- To: "Jeffrey H. Ingber" <jhingber ix netcom com>
- Cc: Nautilus-list <Nautilus-list lists eazel com>
- Subject: Re: [Nautilus-list] Some Bugs and Concerns
- Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2001 21:53:25 -0800
This should work, and if it does not it is a bonobo ui handler bug. It
was working before the new UI handler was put in place.
"Jeffrey H. Ingber" wrote:
> Seth Nickell wrote:
> *** snip ***
> >> -- Toolbar - text in the buttons should be optional for intermiedate and
> > For better or worse, GNOME handles this as a system-wide preference.
> > (settings->user interface->applications has it, I think)
> Unfortunately, this doesn't work. Also, if you turn off pixmaps in the
> menus in the GNOME cc, they still appear in the Nautilus menus.
> >> -- Memory Consumption - better, but still overwhelming my AMD K6-2
> >> 500Mhz w/ 96 MB RAM and 8 MB of that shared with video because I have an
> >> embarrassing Compaq Presario. Nautilus-notes, Nautilus-tree,
> >> Nautilus-history all take up as much memory as some single gnome
> >> applications. I know you can shut them down, but who wants to take away
> >> features.
> > I fell prey to this too, you should measure the memory difference
> > between Nautilus not running and Nautilus running. "top", "gtop" etc
> > don't provide an accurate idea of how much memory something is taking,
> > because most of the memory things like nautilus-notes are reported as
> > taking up are actually shared libraries.
> >> talking and no developers. I know you guys are very busy, but dropping
> >> a line in every so often would be nice :)
> > I try, but you have to limit your expousure or you get all depressed :-)
> > -Seth
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