On Sun, May 15, 2011 at 10:27:58AM -0600, Paul E Condon wrote:
> On 20110514_135701, Freeman wrote:
> > On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 05:10:18PM -0600, Paul E Condon wrote:
. . .
> > I like the gui on reportbug-ng. Speeds things up over reportbug IMHO. Also
> > uses color coding nicely for clarity.
> > Still works.
> The situation that I was experiencing was seg fault or FP exception
> during execution of reportbug with my report never being transmitted.
> I discovered the problem when I was trying to report a wish that
> others might consider trivial, and I have not actually found time to
> revisit reporting it. I realized that some day I might actually need
> help on something that was important to me, and I should prepare for
> that day.
> People have different perceptions of color. For me, the standard
> Debian choices for ls, mutt, and aptitude, don't really work.
> Without some adjustments in gnome-terminal preferences, I can not
> read much important detail on the screen at all. And the changes
> needed are different for each of the three. so I have four
> gnome-terminal profiles, Default, aptitude, ls, and mutt. Sometimes
> I pipe ls output through less just to quickly get rid of the
> coloring. And, yes, it would be silly for me to advocate that
> others adopt my color perception system.
Actually, if you haven't, you might look at reportbug-ng. The color coding
of bug levels is configurable, which might be helpful for you.
The general display is html. Maybe it uses the default web browser and its
No python probs. Uses Qt.
P.S. Looks like I have to prepare for visual access probs in the future.
(Pun intended.) Wasn't happy to get the news on that. Then again, a lit
screen, well adjusted, might make some things clearer.
"Microsoft is not the answer. Microsoft is the question. NO (or Linux) is the
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