On Fri, 4 Oct 2013 14:14:14 +0400 Serge <omoikane@xxxxx> wrote: > On Fri, 4 Oct 2013 15:17:40 +1000 > <tpgww@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Thanks, i know. > But can i pass build parameter if i using > "sudo dpkg-buildpackage -d -us -uc" > instead of > "make <params> > sudo make install" > this time? I'm not familiar, but I guess you'd need to alter the rules file. Maybe that's just as tedious as changing Makefile.config. > > Let's start to track it down, with a couple more details: > > > > * gtk version > > * emelfm2 version OK, the nearest I have to hand is gtk 3.4.4. I installed that, and presto, I get crashes sometimes - just by repeatedly opening a mkdir dialog. The backtrace indicates that, prima facie, the problem is occurring somewhere inside gtk's styling process. Doesn't happen on gtk 3.8.4, which I've been using day-to-day. When I get some time, I'll check 3.6. Anyone out there using that now ? This raises a question about how much effort to put into finding the problem. How long will gtk 3.4.x remain in play? Regards Tom > > dpkg-grep.txt about versions is attached. > Problem is that list refresh behaviour is different at the same > situations, sometimes list stays on right position when refreshing but > most of times skips to the top. And up/down arrows do select > previous/next after that skip but outside of visible list (top). > I need to press down arrow for example 5 or more times or press > scrollbar arrow one time, then list scrolls back to current selection. > And. I have Nokia N900 with emelfm2 0.5.0 installed. I'm pleased that it (14 releases ago) continues to work well enough for regular use. > Here is the same thing. For example, open emelfm2 - open dir with alot > of files - scroll list to the bottom - write "touch z.txt" in command > line - hit enter - list refreshes and scrolls to the top but > scrollbar stays on the bottom - press scrollbar arrow with stylus one time - > list scrolls to the bottom to current selection. > I build gtk3 e2 with DEBUG tonight or tomorrow and post output. > I have to go now. > Have a nice day. > PS gtk2 version is stable, no segfaults. -- Users can unsubscribe from the list by sending email to emelfm2-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the subject field or by logging into the web interface.