|Subject:||Re: PrjectCenter (and Gorm) ask for old gnustep-base library in FreeBSD 11.1|
|Date:||Thu, 9 Nov 2017 03:33:35 +0100|
On Wed, Nov 8, 2017 at 8:59 AM, Bertrand gmail <address@hidden> wrote:
2017-11-08 04:14:47.981 Terminal[1388:100275] Problem posting notification: <NSException: 0x2c7c5d10> NAME:NSInvalidArgumentExceptio
n REASON:[Rik-fillRect:withTiles :background:fillStyle:] rect width is not positive INFO:(null )
This is a know bug with themes that don't use standard tabs (Rik, Nesedah, Narcissus). The only workaround I've found is not to use tabs in Terminal.Negative rect width seems pretty bad both on the side of -gui (should it throw an exception?) and on the side of the app (should it be causing things to create negative width rects?)E.g the above exception originates from: https://github.com/gnustep/
libs-gui/blob/master/Source/ GSThemeTools.m#L506Something has been setting the width to negative before this exception.
You can change the ShowTabBar setting for Terminal with :
defaults write Terminal ShowTabBar NO
But then don't open any new tab in Terminal or don't hit the #t and #T shortkeys again.
The latter one's are problematic because I often use #t in GWorkspace to open a new Terminal window.
I don't know if this bug is in Terminal itself or in gui. But I don't have any problem in GWorkspace for instance.
Maybe some smart fellow on this list could correct this bug. I'm not able to do this.What did you try so far to track this down?
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