darkxstsemente, I think you were hitting this bug? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/115875000:05
ubot5Launchpad bug 1158750 in ubiquity (Ubuntu Raring) "Ubiquity does not create correct UTF-8 locales" [High,Fix released]00:05
jbichadarkxst: by the way, gnome-control-center 3.8 doesn't do locales right for Ubuntu either00:12
darkxstjbicha, is it stripping off the ".utf-8" suffix also?00:19
jbichaI don't remember exactly00:23
delacdoes 13.04 support the "downward pressure" tray?00:56
darkxstdelac, no, that requires the new Xserver01:00
delacdarkxst: how new?01:01
darkxstXorg 1.14, which is not in raring01:01
delacdarkxst: too bad. thanks anyway01:02
delacalso, seems that nautilus (3.8) search defaults to Reversed (view) Order. It can be changed during search, but the setting won't stick. Is this a (reported) bug?01:07
darkxstdelac, https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=69266301:11
ubot5Gnome bug 692663 in File Search Interface ""Reverse Order" is misleading for results sorted by relevance" [Minor,Unconfirmed]01:11
delacdarkxst: seems I made the same mistake as reporter of Bug 688772, referenced in the first message. But that seems to have been taken care of (and hopefully soon in repos). Thanks.01:18
ubot5bug 688772 in egroupware (Ubuntu) "Updates to /etc/apache2/conf.d/egroupware needed to close two bugs" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/68877201:18
delacwrong bug, ubot501:23
ichathi i installed  ububuntu gnome yesterday,    but im having a few questions...11:58
ichat1... the lockscreen acts as if my screen is a touch interface...  can i change it.. so that its more mouse driving...11:58
roastedichat: you can either drag up or simply hit enter, iirc.11:58
roastedI have the Gnome3 PPA on 13.04, but on mine I just hit enter and it slides up on its own. Then I type pw to log in.11:58
ichatroasted:  a thanks i didn know this11:59
ichatsinse ubuntu is going QT im not verry into main unity...  i often noticed that i could have a snapier desktop with  gtk apps than with qt..  and in truth,   i got used to it and im not about to change just because mark tells me to...12:02
roastedichat: I have to admit, KDE 4.10 has brought some significant speed improvements to the table. Between GTK and Qt there's hardly a difference anymore (imho).13:29
ichatbtw, doesnt gnome ship chromium instead of firefox...   i have to say that  since firefox 3.5 i find it less and less worthy of the name browser...  on windows i would even state that  IE is getting better at it than FF.    i know that some   chrome versions have disappointed me as well...  ...  firefox at times just looks as if its dying out from its own success13:52
camelinahatichat, Ubuntu Gnome ships with Firefix, Gnome itself comes with Epiphany (aka Gnome Web), which is based off of Webkit (until recently similar to Chromium)13:56
sementedarkxst: reading the comments, looks like the problem is that. thank you! gonna try later.. thanks14:31
AnAntcan someone look at https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1154486 ?15:18
ubot5Launchpad bug 1154486 in gnome-shell (Ubuntu) "Keyboard layout doesn't show in GNOME Shell session (again)" [Undecided,New]15:18
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ichatcamelinahat:  - is it safe to remove  epiphani...   from you system i prefer having just 1 browser installed16:03
jbichaichat: yes you can remove epiphany-browser16:28
camelinahatShort of disabling the wireless card and re-enabling it, is there any way to force the wireless access point list to refresh? (in gnome network manager)17:02
atrus`camelinahat: running 'sudo iwlist scan' might trigger it17:15
atrus`i thought in the past i'd seen that trigger some event that network-manager would pick up17:16
camelinahatatrus`, Yeah I had tried that, and while iwlist picks up the AP's unfortunately the gnome-network-manager still doesn't refresh to show them17:19
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AnAntcan someone look at https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1154486 ?18:32
ubot5Launchpad bug 1154486 in gnome-shell (Ubuntu) "Keyboard layout doesn't show in GNOME Shell session (again)" [Undecided,New]18:32
jbichadarkxst: you saw xnox's review of your system-config-printer merge proposal?18:39
darkxstjbicha, yes, will redo it against the right package in a bit20:42
jbichadarkxst: hey, sorry for the run-around, but I think we should have gnome-control-center depend or recommend on s-c-p-g instead21:35
darkxstjbicha, except doing it this way, its the same as ubuntu and other flavours21:38
jbichaI didn't realize that gnome wasn't fully replacing s-c-p21:38
jbichasince the "add printer" button doesn't work otherwise, I think we should fix the dependency problem at the source21:40
darkxstjbicha, ok21:41
darkxstbtw are you seeing black backgroud in g-c-c sometimes?21:41
darkxstseems to happen only when launching via overview though. is fine when run from terminal21:43
jbichadarkxst: no, but I usually don't run the staging ppa as I like my computer working :)22:07
jbichaI usually run Settings from the terminal or from the user menu22:07
darkxstjbicha, launching it from anywhere in g-s causes the black background22:33
darkxstalthough works in a fresh install, but not on the systems that were upgraded from Q22:36
jbichathat's suspicious, there shouldn't be that noticable of a difference between upgrades and a clean install22:40
darkxstits not just g-c-c actually, d-conf editor has a black pane too22:45
jbichaoh, reminds me of https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=682395 but that bug shouldn't affect raring...22:53
ubot5Gnome bug 682395 in input-methods "Nautilus tabs have black background" [Normal,Resolved: fixed]22:53
darkxstcan't reproduce with 'GTK_IM_MODULE=xim gnome-control-center'22:56

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