Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #5218, comment 24


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Sep 13, 2010, 3:45:52 PM (11 years ago)
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  • Ticket #5218, comment 24

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    11The bug is still present in r38360; this time with only 155 icons on the Desktop. Anything that lies on top of the icons after the spiking behaviour occures wipes them away (i.e. you get to see only the background where the overlying element was, so that -for example- a screensaver effectively wipes all icons off. Did the Terminal trick again, thanks.
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     4It seems that the amount of icons doesn't trigger it, nor does any particular troublesome icon. The situation announces itself in that tracker becomes a bit unstable.
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     6This time I noticed it wasn't the addition of a new icon on the Desktop, but an adding-and-saving action of an icon's gradient to an icon that already sat on the Desktop.[[BR]][[BR]]
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     8Maybe the Desktop can hold only a certain weight in icons. In this case there were 78 non-linked icons together weighing 1.84 MiB at the time of the crash/spike.