Bug#362049: libxfixes3: XFixesSetCursorName (no such operation)

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Bug#362049: libxfixes3: XFixesSetCursorName (no such operation)

Sven Hartge-5
Hi.

I don't think this to be a bug of gtk-engines-industrial, because the same
error occurs, if you for example use the "whiteglass" theme, which is a
part of xlibs-data.

The original submitter "fixed" this by removing gtk-engines-industrial,
because then the same thing happens as with my changes to the gconf-tree:
Gnome falls back to the default builtin cursor theme, which works without
problems.

So to me this indeed looks like a bug somewhere inside X.

Grüße,


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Bug#362049: libxfixes3: XFixesSetCursorName (no such operation)

David Nusinow
On Wed, Apr 12, 2006 at 11:44:48AM +0200, Sven Hartge wrote:

> Hi.
>
> I don't think this to be a bug of gtk-engines-industrial, because the same
> error occurs, if you for example use the "whiteglass" theme, which is a
> part of xlibs-data.
>
> The original submitter "fixed" this by removing gtk-engines-industrial,
> because then the same thing happens as with my changes to the gconf-tree:
> Gnome falls back to the default builtin cursor theme, which works without
> problems.
>
> So to me this indeed looks like a bug somewhere inside X.

Agreed. I'll close this when I upload my fix. Sorry about the noise.

 - David Nusinow


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