[Bug 440512] New: Starts with black background, regardless of configured color
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Tue May 22 17:47:29 UTC 2007
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gnome-applets | multiload | Ver: 2.18.x
Summary: Starts with black background, regardless of configured
AssignedTo: gnome-applets-maint at gnome.bugs
ReportedBy: sa at whiz.se
QAContact: gnome-applets-maint at gnome.bugs
CC: pkg-gnome-maintainers at lists.alioth.debian.org
GNOME version: 2.17/2.18
GNOME milestone: Unspecified
[ Forwarded from http://bugs.debian.org/422952 ]
"I changed the default background color of all the "System Monitor" gnome panel
applet graphs from black to white. However, when the applet loads (when start
an X session) the graphs are initially all black. As seconds pass, the applets
records a graph with a white background, eventually replacing all of the black
This "start with a black background" behavior happens via another means as
well. If I right click on the applet and select Preferences, I'm presented
with a window that has "Monitored Resources" such as "Processor" and "Swap
Space". If I disable, then re-enable a resource, all the graphs to the right
of the toggled resources are disabled then re-enabled, exposing the "start from
black" behavior. To clarify what I mean by "graphs to the right":
0) Set the background of all resources to white.
1) Enable monitoring of all the resources
2) Toggle (disable then re-enabled) the "Processor" resource.
3) Notice that all the other resources graphs are blanked with black and
gradually fill with white as the graph is recored.
4) Toggle, for example, "Swap Space", and notice only the "Load" and "Harddisk"
are reset to black."
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