Re: [Nautilus-list] Nautilus as a help browser

This bug was there in 1.0 through recent versions and is still here. I
was thinking that was a gtk bug (ctree). The symptom is that when too
much entries are opened  in the hyperbola tree, the scrollbar vanishs.
When some are closed, it reappears.
A bug should effectively be logged in bugzilla.

You can see screen dump of it at:       all (or more of)
help entries opened, SB vanished       some was closed,
SB reappears       reopened, vanish

The symptom is not symetrical. the tabs making it vanish, do not make it
reappears when closed. More tabs have to be closedfor the SB to reappears.

John Fleck wrote:

>On Fri, Jun 29, 2001 at 09:14:45PM +0200, Gérard Milmeister wrote:
>>I like Nautilus as a help browser. I switched the default help browser from >>gnome-help-browser to nautilus and it works quite well. However there are a
>>few issues:
>>1. When I use open in the help tab Manual->Applications, the scrollbar on
>>the side disappears, so it is impossible to scroll down the list of man
>What version are you using? I can't duplicate this problem, and I'm
>thinking this was a bug that was fixed. If it is still a problem in
>the latest version, filing a bug report would be a good idea.
>>2. The output from gnome-man2html2 and gnome-info2html2 looks very ugly.
>>One thing has to do with mozilla. It would be nice to select the fonts the
>>Mozilla component use (sanserif and fixed) like in Galeon.
>Could you be more specific about any other ugliness besides the gray
>background? Suggestions are welcome. :-)

	Remi Cohen-Scali

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