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  1. No error if I run from terminal but happens every single time I run the applications directly. So far only clementine and nemo show the problem.
  2. This happened very rarely on Bodhi 3 - with Bodhi 4 it's consistent. Summary: Most software allows you to quit by doing ctrl + q. When doing this, particularly with non-pre-installed software, Bodhi kicks out an unnecessary error. Steps to Repro: 1. Open some non-pre-installed software (confirmed consistently with Clementine and Nemo browser); 2. In Nemo (for example), use the software a bit, just navigate through folders a couple times; 3. Ctrl + Q Observed: Software quits and Bodhi provides an unnecessary error (see screenshot) http://imgur.com/a/qApWL Expected: Software just exits normally without errors;
  3. Steps to repro: Get to install dialog; Full screen it; Observed: The actual backsplash does not full screen, instead the window full screens and there is this not entirely pleasant looking brownish color that fills the majority of the screen. Backsplash ends up in the top left quadrant only. Expected: Correct fullscreen Severity: Obviously not very serious
  4. LibreOffice 5.1

    Awesome, thanks Jeff!
  5. LibreOffice 5.1

    Thanks Jeff. Whenever you find time would be great. I'm currently running 5.2 developer version and it's running fine....trying to install 5.1 through official ppa is failing consistently :-/
  6. LibreOffice 5.1

    Hi All, As far as I can tell, Bodhi is still running which still has the bug that I previously mentioned http://forums.bodhilinux.com/index.php?/topic/13114-libreoffice-504/ Would be fantastic to get 5.1 in the repositories and running (I think there are some dependency issues). Packages: http://packages.ubuntu.com/xenial/libreoffice
  7. Here are new repro steps that work (I think) consistently: 1. Install LibreOffice (sudo apt-get install libreoffice); 2. Open writer; 3. Write a few words 4. Select the words; 5. Use the dropdown for "highlight color" from the sidebar and apply a color; 6. Deselect the words 7. Reselect the words; 8. Use dropdown menu again to apply "none" for color Tested a few times in a row and each time it froze my keyboard but mouse was still available
  8. LibreOffice 5.0.4

    We're always looking for new people to help (no technical skills needed). Feel free to come jump in our chat and say hi https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.freenode.net/libreoffice-qa
  9. LibreOffice 5.0.4

    I work with the project so I know that quite a few bugs were fixed between 5.0.2 and 5.0.4 That being said, the particularly annoying one that I've found at least in Moksha is that direct formatting can be stripped upon hard enter. To reproduce: 1) Open writer; 2) Write "TEST": 3) Select TEST: and make it bold 4) Write in non bold, after TEST: (which is bold) this is a test of the bug 5) Push enter Observed: TEST: becomes non-bold This is particularly annoying when doing outlines. Tested on two separate machines running up to date Bodhi with Moksha.
  10. LibreOffice 5.0.4

    Should have included link: http://www.libreoffice.org/download/libreoffice-fresh/
  11. Hi All, Bodhi still has for LibreOffice which has a pretty bad bug that is resolved in current release. Can we get an update? I tried updating from PPA and it didn't work so I suspect more is going on. Thanks!
  12. This is frustrating me now....of course I can't get a repro. Let me play around with it and see if it needs more for steps. Sorry for the noise.
  13. Sorry about that, can I get a link so I do it right for now on? Picture attached for reference.
  14. I was told that this bug is already known but I have easy reproducible steps to trigger a keyboard to completely stop working in Moksha. It's unclear whether "waiting" brings the keyboard back to use or if a restart of Moksha is necessary. From my experience, I wait 5-10 seconds and then force the restart. Restarting risks freezing up applications which can cause loss of work (happened to me a dozen times or so). 1. Install LibreOffice (sudo apt-get install libreoffice); 2. Open writer; 3. Use the dropdown for "highlight color" from the sidebar; Observed: Keyboard is now entirely useless. 100% reproducible.
  15. [BUG/s] xrandr extended desktop

    Hi All, I'm not entirely sure how to report this issue but I'll try my best. When using xrandr to have an extended desktop environment it gets completely messed up in Moksha as soon as you shift workspaces. "Completely messed up": *Windows will move to different workspaces *Windows will move off screen entirely - where only a small portion will be visible and you have to drag them back *Extended screen actually gets cut off (half will be black and if you move a window near the black part, it disappears, but you can put the mouse over the black space) *Windows shift screens (will go from Display#1 to Display#2) *Windows will shift up/down/left/right Things seem to work okay if you don't change workspaces but once you try to shift....it becomes almost unusable. I've tested this both with arandr and xrandr to try to place monitors right and things are pretty bad. Okra on IRC said that E19 had quite a few xrandr fixes...I suspect that Moksha carried over some of the issues from E17 but in all honest, I don't remember having these issues with E17. I'll provide any other requested info - just wasn't sure what needs to be reported.