cairo-dock shortcuts leave focus

Asked by José Filipe on 2013-04-09

Hi !

Finaly the shortcuts be ok, with the colorful folders, with the correct icons :-D

But if i mouseover in shortcuts and select one folder it leave focus, and i cant open folder and cairo-dock be hidden !
If i move mouse up, cairo-dock be ok, but it cant do it !

Howto fix it ?

Regards

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2013-04-09
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2013-04-15
Matthieu Baerts (matttbe) said : #1

Hello and thank you for this bug report,

Is it better if you launch the dock with:
   $ cairo-dock -e gnome

If not, is it possible to launch the dock with this command and post all output messages that you'll have WHEN clicking on an icon of shorcuts?

Fabounet (fabounet03) said : #2

I think you should just choose a different view, for instance "Slide"

2013/4/15 Matthieu Baerts <email address hidden>

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> Hello and thank you for this bug report,
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> Is it better if you launch the dock with:
> $ cairo-dock -e gnome
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> If not, is it possible to launch the dock with this command and post all
> output messages that you'll have WHEN clicking on an icon of shorcuts?
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José Filipe (jfilipe) said : #3

Hi !

I've posted in this past, result of eecution
$ cairo-dock -e gnome and
$ cairo-dock -o

http://fpaste.org/tTXO/

I think that with this logs, your can be find the source of the real problem ;-)
Regards

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