Latest Bugs & Tasks
DataTranslations window width jumps when walking through the list of translators which is not that nice.
The same problem with Tracker's settings and Network preflet (in some locales)
After clicking Test button (and before screensaver is started) it can be seen that config view becomes empty and preview is changed to No preview available.
It would be nice to be able to press Alt+I to get Tracker's info window regarding currently displayed image.
Restarting media services fails if Media preflet is closed before this process is finished.
Horizontal resize is currently not possible.
Still unable to save there, probably because Screenshot doesn't create B_USER_NONPACKAGED_DATA_DIRECTORY folder on save.
Deskbar crashed during shutdown
The fix was not 100% correct, the apect ratio was maintained, but when previewing a very large window and then switching back to previewing the whole screen, the preview was unnecessarily small. I attached another patch to fix the fix, so to speak.
Applied in hrev49457. Thanks!
Ever since I've updated to launch_daemon in hrev49432 boot process sometimes hangs at rocket icon.
It happens ~ 1/5 boots.
hrev49453, VirtualBox 5.0, x86_gcc2_hybrid.
The Option Server Address is corrupted on x86_64 resulting in broken DHCPClient functionality.
Not enough time to fix, opening for tracking purposes.
Fixed in hrev49455.
Applied in hrev49455. Thanks!
Applied in btrev43105. Thanks!
Running recover on a big hard disk will quickly use all memory and crash in one way or another. However, running it under libroot_debug it can recover files without using that much memory.
Do we have a leak somewhere in the regular allocator?
It seems as though WebPositive is firmly stuck in the Haiku universe. It will go to almost all of the bookmarked sites that are listed in WebPositive, but any attempt to go to any site outside (Google, Apple, Yahoo. etc.), even trying direct IP addresses, seems to cause WebPositive to just sit indefinitely (requesting [page]).
WebPositive also seems quite slow accessing pages, period.
I am able to get to Atari, however, which is weird... as it goes to an https:// version of the page. I didn't know Atari HAD a secure page version of their site.
Changing DNS servers did nothing, that I could tell.
Thanks for the update!