On 07/17/2012 05:31 PM, Darrell Anderson wrote: <snip> >> drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Jul 17 14:04 applications-merged -rw-r--r-- >> 1 root root 4124 May 15 05:40 applications.menu -rw-r--r-- 1 root root >> 11357 Jun 30 09:45 kde-applications.menu -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 279 Jun >> 8 19:10 tde-information.menu -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 288 Jun 8 19:10 >> tde-screensavers.menu -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2304 Jun 8 19:10 >> tde-settings.menu > > Those are not the latest menus from tdebase? > >> All menus on my box are in /etc/xdg. > > I don't know that that location makes any difference. Is that where you > always have installed the Trinity menus? Do you use /etc/trinity/xdg? > Yes, this is where the menus have always gone. They are totally FUBAR. All apps are dumped in 'Lost & Found'. There are menu folders that are moved around in the menu tree. 'Terminal Applications' is now under 'Internet'?? It used to be under System. Something must have 'blown up' regarding the menu. I've never seen such a mess. Now the questions becomes how do we figure out what happened? Can I just delete all the menus and have them regenerated somehow? >> o taskbar -> Quicklaunch is now added to panel with 'Malformed URL' for >> 'Home' file manager, > > The quicklaunch bug was fixed in commit c839bb9a, Thursday July 12. Make sure > you are building with tdebase pulled to date. The GIT pull was from 7/15. > > Do you have a backup copy of your 3.5.12 profile before moving to R14? If you > do then we can methodically troubleshoot our way through this. Yes. I have both ~/.kdemod3 (3.5.12) ~/.trinity (R14) I just now > found a corner case of some files that need to be updated related to Input > Actions, although not related to the other bugs you report. Regardless, looks > like we both stumbled across some corner cases that need to be addressed in > the r14-xdg-update script. > Yep, This is exactly why we need a "Code Freeze" and 10 days to identify and fix. > In parallel hopefully you can figure out why you don't have the latest > menus? > > Darrell > I'm in. I have the install and several recent package sets we can work from. I'll have a list together soon and let's start putting our heads together. Do you want to start a new etherpad? -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.