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Re: RUMOR Midi utility & Frescobaldi - Menu Error?

From: SoundsFromSound
Subject: Re: RUMOR Midi utility & Frescobaldi - Menu Error?
Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2013 06:08:56 -0800 (PST)

OK, I'll try making a new user and see if that fixes it.  Thanks!

David Kastrup wrote
> Brett Duncan <

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> > writes:
>> On 7/01/13 6:11 PM, SoundsFromSound wrote:
>>     Thank you so much for the reply.  I have Ubuntu 12.10 installed, very
>> few
>> apps other than the usual: Synaptic, Inkscape, LilyPond/Frescobaldi, etc.
>> All I did was install Rumor and poof - these appeared, no other items I
>> can
>> think of that could be the cause.  Should I install-reinstall Rumor?  I
>> don't think Ubuntu is corrupt, but perhaps the Rumor install was?
>> I don't even see Rumor anywhere in Frescobaldi - no window/panel,
>> nothing.
>> Hmm -
>> Thoughts?
>> I'm seeing the same problem. I set up Ubuntu 12.10 today as a virtual
>> machine on my MacBook (I was running into problems trying to set up
>> Frescobaldi on MacOSX) and installed Frescobaldi using the Ubuntu
>> Software Centre. 
>> It appears that each time I select something on any menu, a copy of
>> the Insert menu is appended to the end of itself.
>> I do not have Rumor installed.
> Try creating a new user account and see if the problem occurs in there.
> I seem to remember that some version of gtk or GNOME and/or other
> libraries needed some declarations in some init file that might be
> poisonous for later versions.  If you have some leftovers of that kind
> responsible here, a fresh user account should not show these symptoms.
> If this is indeed so, it at least narrows down the search somewhat.
> -- 
> David Kastrup
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