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Member Since 23 Nov 2010
Offline Last Active Mar 26 2017 12:21 PM

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In Topic: Lock screen unlocks by itself sometimes

24 March 2017 - 12:47 PM

Those settings won't change this (at least they shouldn't in theory). The lock screen uses the same EFL technology that the popups use that are causing crashes.


Honestly - I don't have the exp with C to chase down this issue without spending a lot of time. It could be an issue in the Moksha source itself or in the upstream EFL release, most likely the latter since this was not happening in previous Bodhi releases - but it doesn't make this any less frustrating.

In Topic: Wallpaper selection option for Virtual Desktops fails in 4.1.0-64 on Acer Not...

22 March 2017 - 05:38 PM

If you open the virtual desktop settings and double click on a virtual desktop displayed there it offers a GUI for setting the wall paper for just that specific desktop. If this isn't working can you please provide more details as to which step you are getting hung up at?


As for specific tutorials for changing desktops, Bodhi is just Ubuntu 16.04 with Moksha + current EFL installed by default with reasonable configurations. We don't officially support other desktops and you can find plenty of other tutorials for installing said other desktops on Ubuntu 16.04

 the blatant absence of the Enlightenment Desktop. While I appreciate the work of Professor Hoogland et al to compose this Moksha variant, the user selectable option of e 0.21.7 Enlightenment would be nice


At one point I had intended to support the official branch still, but then it continued to become unstable and I just don't have time to waste building software that isn't working for me. Last time I tried the latest EFL + E release I got constant hard locks. No interest in trying to help other people fix issues I don't have time to fix for myself. Moksha works and there is a reason we forked the E17 base - it is simple and works for my needs.

In Topic: Bodhi 4.1 menu (from desktop) doesn't flip when click on right side of sc...

22 March 2017 - 02:51 AM

The menu will move itself onto the screen automatically if you move your mouse towards the edge of the screen it has vanished off of.

Your menu sections are controlled by the .desktop files installed with your applications. For more applications this can be found in /usr/share/applications

In Topic: Basic question regarding program compatibility

19 March 2017 - 04:20 PM

At a glance it doesn't seem to have any specific KDE dependencies tied to it, but I have not tried it personally.


Welcome to the forums.

In Topic: wanted esudo testers

18 March 2017 - 02:36 PM

This isn't a security update, so I was not intending to add it. The deb file should work in theory though.