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15 Mar 2017
06:25cynedeby one night gnome-shell from 284Mb became 584Mb - is it normal?
09:03m__1does glade have all the widgets that gtk has? or are some not implemented?
11:16cynedewhat's that: GLib-GObject-CRITICAL: g_object_unref: assertion 'G_IS_OBJECT (object)' failed
11:17andreThat's warning output.
11:32cynedeandre ye I guess that is error: gnome-session-f[13602]: segfault at 0 ip 00007f4a89b06369 sp 00007ffda8995800 error 4 in libgtk-3.so.0.2200.10[7f4a89823000+702000]
11:55andrecynede: No, a warning is not an error, and glib is not gtk. :)
11:56cynedeandre is this fault inside gtk?
11:56andrewhich one?
11:56cynedeandre gnome-session-f[13602]: segfault at 0 ip 00007f4a89b06369 sp 00007ffda8995800 error 4 in libgtk-3.so.0.2200.10
11:56andrenobody knows without a full stack trace
11:57andrehttps://wiki.gnome.org/Community/GettingInTouch/Bugzilla/GettingTraces/Details#obtain-a-stacktrace
12:07cynedeandre it's hard :)
12:17cynedeandre should I build debug version of gnome session and run it under gdb?
14:01muhannadHi, It seemes that gnome-control-center doesn't allow me to create user with weak password, I think it could be cool if it show warrning but not omite setting weak passwrd
14:02muhannad<< I think omite is not the right word @@&quot;, I&#39;ll say disallow
14:11borschtyyou could file a bug report about that on bugzilla.gnome.org
14:11borschtyor you could try asking in #gnome-design
16:06FuraiIs there a way to have separate workspaces on multiple screens? I&#39;m running gnome ubuntu 16.04 with nvidia.
18:03FuraiI thought that maybe more people would reply by now.
18:13andreFurai, https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/921/multi-monitors-add-on/ ?
18:13andreDon&#39;t know if that still works as expected though
18:21FuraiI think I have that already.
18:22FuraiYep, I do.
18:22FuraiBut that doesn&#39;t do what I want.
18:22FuraiI want to have separate workspaces on each monitor.
19:05FuraiOk, I&#39;m giving up with this.
19:22thoreauHello.
19:23andrehi thoreau
19:23thoreauI&#39;m trying to make a script to change my wacom tablet button configuration acording to profiles I list beforehand.
19:24thoreauSo that when I switch between aplications, I won&#39;t have to open gnome-control-center and change each of the button mappings manually everytime.
19:25thoreauSo, now I&#39;m trying to figure out where is it that gnome-control-center saves these button mappings.
19:25thoreauI&#39;ve tried &quot;gnome-control-center --verbose wacom&quot;
19:26thoreauBut when I changed my button maping, it remained silent.
21:04thoreauHello.
21:04thoreauI&#39;m trying to make a shell script to change my wacom tablet button configuration
21:05thoreauacording to profiles I list beforehand.
21:05thoreauSo that when I switch between aplications, I won&#39;t have to open gnome-control-center and change each of the button mappings manually everytime.
21:05thoreauNow I&#39;m trying to figure out where is that gnome-control-center stores these button mappings.
21:06thoreauI&#39;ve tried &quot;gnome-control-center --verbose wacom&quot;
21:06thoreauBut when I changed my button maping, it remained silent.
21:26mezenthoreau, normally it&#39;s written using gsettings
21:26mezenyou should use dconf-editor
21:26thoreauIt&#39;s cool. Found a guide over here: http://ragnarb.com/configuring-wacom-cintiq-13hd-with-ubuntu-14-04/
21:27thoreauIt even deals with my tablet model exactly.
21:28thoreauThough this script activates on login, I would like to know if it would be possible to make a script listen to what program I&#39;ve open and change the configurations accordingly...
22:26neo-seoulAre there any built in functionality in gnome or gtk to turn off titlebars?
22:27iajrzo/
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