[GNC] Possible Ubuntu problems
davidcousens49 at gmail.com
Wed May 19 06:32:29 EDT 2021
There is apparentlyan optional window transparency setting in Linux Mint
Cinnamon since 19.0 -Tara (not sure about the other desktops for LM). It is
under Preferences->Keyboard->Shortcuts->Windows there are Increase and Decrease
Opacity actions to which key sequences can be applied. I haven't noticed the
transparency issues for GC v4.4 on LM 20.1.
On Wed, 2021-05-19 at 11:07 +0100, Eric Coates via gnucash-user wrote:
> Not exactly a GnuCash topic (classic British understatement!) but ...
> There have been a few problem reported recently with the headings
> "Transparent background on selected Transfer choice" and "Cannot always
> over-type, clear selected amounts". They may, I suspect, be an effect
> of the upgrade of Ubuntu from 18.04 to 20.04 and even 21.04.
> I am pretty sure that the transparency problem was not apparent in 18.04
> and appeared (on my system) after I upgraded to 20.04 (and persisted
> through upgrades to 20.10 and 21.04). Since I upgraded to 21.04 I have
> become aware of a number of other "deficiencies" in Ubuntu (none of
> which were apparent in 18.04 or 20.04), some I can live with, I've found
> work-arounds for some and others are just downright annoying. I have no
> idea how to test my suspicion. I can't find anything via Google about my
> My only thought is that these problems may be an artefact of the
> upgrading process and that a clean installation of 21.04 may be a
> resolution. But, although relatively straight forward, that process
> needs some careful planning (yes, I have backups!).
> Does anyone share my suspicion?
> Forgive me, please, for raising a non-GnuCash concern but I feel that
> the members of this mailing list have a history of pushing boundaries
> and perhaps they can help.
> Take care
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