On Di, 2012-04-17 at 03:55 +0300, Waleed Hamra wrote:
> On 04/17/2012 12:59 AM, Lindsay Mathieson wrote:
> > On Mon, 16 Apr 2012 11:42:19 PM Anj Tuesday wrote:
> >> Considering it works (for me) with Google Chrome but not with Okular,
> >> I would say the problem isn't the KDE-ess of an application. Sorry I
> >> can't be of much help. I'd like an answer to this myself.
> > Yah, I've just discovered the same problem with rekonq too (9.1), stopping the
> > activity leaves a innaccessible phantom rekonq running. Start the activity and
> > there it is, instantly.
> > Most disappointing.
> phantom programs? which KDE are you using?
> phantom programs were a problem in KDE for a while now (well,
> technically it's Qt's fault, not KDE), but i believe the latest 4.8.2
> has solved the problem.
I think I have the same problem. But it's sort of the opposite of the
bug you linked. Stop (not just leave -- stop) an activity, and the
applications running on it keep running. Any process viewer will show
them alive and well, but they're invisible to the task bar (even if
said task bar is configured to show windows from all activities).
Actually, this has now stopped happening and been replaced by a
task bar twitching crazily with task items moving around at
some fast, computery speed. Fun
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