Ingo Weinhold <bonefish@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > On 2005-07-06 at 16:21:54 [+0200], Ingo Weinhold wrote: > [...] > > * The text in the shutdown window (a BTextView) is no longer drawn. > > This is > > a recently introduced bug (in the last 48 hours or so). Before I > > updated > > the tree today it did work properly. > Seems to work again. Though I still have the effect that sometimes > something > is not drawn (due to a missing update event I suppose). E.g. the icon > of the > currently quitting application. Fascinatingly it sometimes works. Welcome in app_server land :-) > > * Also introduced recently: The tab of the window is no longer > > drawn > > correctly. Its right side has a hole, probably where the zoom > > button should > > be. But the window is B_NOT_ZOOMABLE. > Ah, stupid me. The cause is probably another one. The title of the > window is > set to a new one -- a feature which lacked an implementation before. > Since > the new title is longer, the part that is not drawn correctly is > perhaps > exactly the extended part. Exactly, just move the window around and the title will be correctly updated :-) Great, isn't it? :-)) BTW it didn't manage to shutdown Haiku even once this way - it always says "shutting down other apps" or so. When I had a look with the team monitor, only the debug_server and the syslog_daemon looked dispensable. Killing either of them did not help the shutdown process (it hang after I killed the debug_server, but I chose syslog first :- )). OTOH, I would count the debug_server to the ones that shouldn't die. The syslog_daemon is a standard application, and should listen to a B_QUIT_REQUESTED. Bye, Axel.