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From: Adam Fedor
Subject: Re: (no subject)
Date: Fri, 7 May 2010 08:18:42 -0600

I don't really know what that error is, but that is a pretty old version of 
GNUstep (more than two years).  It would be great if you could at least update 
to the GNUstep in sid and try it.   We are making a new release soon, so you 
might also want to try the latest stuff if you find it useful.

On May 5, 2010, at 8:42 AM, gary whitehead wrote:

> Hello,
> I downloaded the following from the Debian V5 repositories:
> GNUstep V7.3
> 0.14.0-2 backend common files.
> gnustep-base-common is 1.16.1-2lenny1
> Hardware is an AMD 64 bit system
> When I clicked onto Gorm all I got was the white dialog box with no
> dialog as shown in the centre of the screen shot.
> It first appeared in the lower left hand corner of the screen, I moved
> it via the mouse into the centre of the screen for clarity when taking
> the screen shot.
> There were no other panels or screen shots other than this white
> square.  The white square covers other icons on the screen (it is
> always on top) when dragged by the mouse.
> To get rid of the original dialog box, I right clicked it and a 2nd.
> dialog box with no dialog appeared.  I randomly left clicked on the
> 2nd. dialog box until it, and the original dialog box disappeared.
> That is all that happens when I click on Gorm.  No other panels appeared.
> I am interested in GNUstep and Objective C so I'm looking forward to
> seeing Gorm work.
> Kind Regards,
> Gary
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