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Old 05-15-2008, 09:38 AM
Kevin Mark
 
Default Is it a bug for Evolution's vertical scroll bar in email list view?

On Thu, May 15, 2008 at 12:33:56AM -0700, Wu Kejia wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I use evolution as email client. The vertical scroll bar in the mails
> list view is always stocked. I can not move it.
>
> Anybody has the same problem? My box is sparc blade 150.
>
> Another problem: if I wish to remove Evolution, how should I do? That
> remove operation always remove the whole gnome desktop (such as gdm),
> too.
>
> Thanks for any response.

Debian has meta-packages like 'gnome' that make it easier to install
the gnome desktop. But these only allow you to keep all the listed
packages or none of them. So if you want more control, you can remove
the meta-package and install the indivisual packages and manage them
yourself. There are also 'smaller' versions like gnome-core and
gnome-desktop-environment that install a smaller group of packages.
use 'apt-cache show gnome' to see more info.
=K
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