March 24, 2015
I accidentally double-clicked on the path for the time slider, which apparently enables the user to move the slider without holding down the mouse button. Unfortunately, I then had to quit and restart Audacious to get the cursor to behave normally again in the application.
Does this happen every time you double-click the slider? And where exactly do you click?
I am asking because I cannot reproduce any misbehavior.
I experience the problem when I double-click the slider button or anywhere on the line on which it travels.
Which GTK+ version do you use? And is Audacious 3.5 also affected?
I'm using GTK 2 since I'm on version 3.6 (from WebUpd8's ppa). Unfortunately, I don't have any way to test 3.5
Why do you not disable the PPA and reinstall Audacious from the official Ubuntu repositories?
It does not matter if it is 3.4 or 3.5, both use GTK3 anyway.
I can't reproduce this either.
- Status changed from New to Rejected
Closing since it's not reproducible.
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