[sugar] Sugar adds favorite activities to ring
Wed Jul 16 21:19:22 EDT 2008
Yeah, I'm not sure that this is expected behavior (I would expect not). The
intent is that a "customization" upgrade would allow additive changes to the
favorites ring, for instance to allow a school to ensure that every kid has
brand new activity X in the ring on the first day of class (if the kids
later remove it, that's up to them, of course). The question, then, is
if/why installing that RPM behaved in the manner of a customization instead
of a basic software update.
Tomeu, do you know how this is expected to work?
On Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 8:11 PM, Mikus Grinbergs <mikus at bga.com> wrote:
> After I had installed the sugar 0.81.6-3 rpm on top of an earlier
> Joyride, my 'Ring of Activities' in Home View expanded. Sugar had
> added its "base" favorites to my .sugar/default/favorite-activities
> file (which I had previously set up the way I liked it). Had to go
> through and delete the added icons I did not want the ring to have.
> p.s. When I post to this list, people are assuming that I am
> writing for the purpose of soliciting "help" with what I
> encountered. If I think the behavior I saw should be changed, I
> won't post here -- I'll write a ticket. If I *am* asking for
> help/advice, I will say so in what I post. But if I post here
> without explicitly asking for "help", what I am doing is "letting
> others know" that there was a situation which I did not expect.
> My purpose in doing so is to "alert" people who know more than I do
> -- they may think what I saw had no significance, or they may have
> the perception "a function that I am familiar with is misbehaving".
> I am not asking for "help" -- all I am doing is tossing the ball
> over the wall. [This post falls into this category.]
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