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bug#6608: Menu bar not working


From: Jan Djärv
Subject: bug#6608: Menu bar not working
Date: Sun, 11 Jul 2010 20:40:55 +0200
User-agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10.6; sv-SE; rv:1.9.2.4) Gecko/20100608 Thunderbird/3.1

I can for the life of me not reproduce this, neither on trunk, 100771 or 100776. Please give some more info, like compiler version, architecture (32 or 64-bit?), Gtk+ version? Optimise flags to the compiler? I assume you can repeat this with emacs -Q? I don't have Kubuntu 10.04, but regular Ubuntu 10.04.

Now, the Motif menus have problems though, different for Lesstif and Openmotif. Openmotif ones behave like you describe, Lesstif doesn't but they don't close right. I don't know if this is related.

        Jan D.


Angelo Graziosi skrev 2010-07-11 11.42:
Il 11/07/2010 11.26, Eli Zaretskii ha scritto:
Date: Sun, 11 Jul 2010 10:56:16 +0200
From: Angelo Graziosi<address@hidden>
Cc:

Il 11/07/2010 10.53, Angelo Graziosi ha scritto:
With Emacs 24 trunk rev. 100771, GTK build, on GNU/Linux Kubuntu 10.04,
when I click (mouse-1) on an item of menu bar, 'Options' for example, it
opens only for a fraction of a second then is immediately closed. In
this way it is difficult to work wit menu bar items: one should hold
mouse-1 pressed and move the mouse, and this is very uncomfortable.

I would ask if this is related to BUG #6603...

I can't imagine how it could be. 6603 is about "C-h f", not about
popping the menus. And it is specific to the native w32 build.

In any case, 6603 is solved in the repository, so trying the latest
trunk should tell.

Same problem with rev. 100776. I thought *that* because clicking on an item of
menu bar ('Options', for example), *pop-ups* the menu only for a fraction of a
second, and because it is very recent. It does not happen with the build I did
20100708: there, clicking, opens (pop-ups) 'Options', for example, and it
remains opened up to one chooses something ('Case-insensitive search', for
example), or clicks in some other place.

Ciao,
Angelo.







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