Subject: Re: pkg/34232
To: None <,,>
From: John D.Baker <>
List: pkgsrc-bugs
Date: 01/16/2007 22:45:02
The following reply was made to PR pkg/34232; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: John D.Baker <>
Cc: John D.Baker <>
Subject: Re: pkg/34232
Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2007 16:38:41 -0600

 Logging workaround results in PR so they don't get lost.
 > From: John D. Baker <>
 > Date: 08 December 2006 18:40:13 CST
 > To: Dan McMahill <>
 > Cc: John D. Baker <>
 > Subject: Re: pcb on MacOS X 10.4.x
 > Sorry it took so long to respond.  It takes a long time to update over
 > a dial-up connection.
 > On 05 Dec 2006, at 08:07, Dan McMahill wrote:
 >> In each of these files
 >> src/hid/gtk/gui-library-window.c
 >> src/hid/gtk/gui-log-window.c
 >> src/hid/gtk/gui-netlist-window.c
 >> src/hid/gtk/gui-pinout-window.c
 >> there is a call to gdk_window_set_accept_focus().
 >> If you comment out each of those 4 lines, do your problems go away?
 > Yes.  The "Library" window now behaves like it should.  I never had a
 > problem with the windows indicated by the other files, but then, 
 > lacking
 > the ability to select parts from the library, I never got far enough to
 > make use of the others.
 >> I'm now thinking that your problems (besides probably being a pcb 
 >> bug) stem from the particular window manager you have instead of it 
 >> being macos.  So, which window manager do you use?
 > I'm using "quartz-wm" that comes with Apple's X11 for MacOS X.  It 
 > mimics
 > the regular MacOS X window appearance, but otherwise behaves like a 
 > proper
 > X11 window manager (from a user's perspective at least).
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