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john biles


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PostPosted: Mon 09 Apr 2007, 05:12    Post subject:  

Hello elenara,
Gxine 0.5.7 in TEENpup is the same as the version in Puppy 2.10
I haven't modified anything except the logo.
Under normal use I've had no problems with Gxine.
Gxine is easily upset if you try to open it when it is already opened and had been minimized and you've forgot that you already had it opened.
Sometimes I have to reboot TEENpup and Puppy to get Gxine to work again.

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elenara


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PostPosted: Mon 09 Apr 2007, 18:40    Post subject:  

Hello jonh biles

Sorry my mistake. Gxine version used by TEENpup 1.0.0 is 0.5.7, not 0.5.8 (last reply).

You wrote:

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Sometimes I have to reboot TEENpup and Puppy to get Gxine to work again.


Yes, me too.

Thanks for your attention.

elenara

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