Weirdnes with .desktop files...

(Used the wrong email address first time. Sorry if this is a duplicate)...

Hello again.

I understand that work is being done on a more universal Music view, but
nothing has really materialized in a public release yet. I'm eagerly
anticipating the day that it does.

Now to the matter at hand:

I just installed SuSE Linux 8.0 on my work PC this Tuesday, and when I
configured the CrossOver plugin today (or yesterday, by now), Nautilus
kept jumping up and down (segfaulting). I upgraded my home PC and it did
the same thing.

I have now found, that if I change the icons in the .desktop file to not
have spaces (and in the filesystem too), then everything is fine. If
not, this happens. 

Everything was cool before, when I was running Ximian GNOME. Can someone
tell me what part of Nautilus gives this message:

Warning loading PNG: Ignoring gAMA chunk with gamma=0
Entity: line 3: error: Attribute sidebar_background_color redefined

Mostly the 'Warning loading PNG' bit. The Icons are .xpm files, but
preconverting them to .png doesn't help.
My PC at home still has a fair amount of Ximian packages on it, that
should not be the case for my work PC... I can work around the problem,
as I mentioned, but I would really appreciate it if someone could tell
me why it happens and if there's something I can do about it...



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