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Thread: Emesene 1.5.1 bug

  1. #1
    j0c1323 NNTP User

    Default Emesene 1.5.1 bug

    I installed yesterday opensuse 11.2 and download emesene 1.5.1 and i can't type in my hotmail address

  2. #2

    Default Re: Emesene 1.5.1 bug

    phew i'm not alone with this problem.
    If someone has a solution !!!

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Nov 2009

    Default Re: Emesene 1.5.1 bug

    me too...:/

  4. #4

    Default Re: Emesene 1.5.1 bug

    This is a bug with QTCurve. I'm using openSuse 11.2 with KDE4.3 (Installed from DVD) and had the same problem. Go to System Preferences, Appearance, and then GTK Themes, and change QTCurve for any other of your choice. Restart KDE and launch Emesene. Now you will be able to type your username. If you like QTCurve so much and don't want to change it, you can go to ~/.config/emesene1.0/ and edit the users.dat file. Add a line with your login, encrypted password, and state, separated by ':' for example:

    Of course 999999 is a dummy password, so you won't be able to login. But, you can change your passowrd within emesene.

    I hope you can fix this issue, and sorry for my bad english.



  5. #5
    darklintumon NNTP User

    Default Re: Emesene 1.5.1 bug

    I don't have this issue... I don't know what did I do... I had it... but I cannot solve it on my other machine... If I could already solve it once, I think I will succed again... then, I'll post a solution...

  6. #6
    darklintumon NNTP User

    Default Re: Emesene 1.5.1 bug

    update: In the machine emesene works great with the qtcurve I created another user and with that user the box is unclicable (or whatever) so, it means is on the config of the user, so, it is only a matter of searching for the necesary config modifications, I think is on the ~/.local directory...

  7. #7
    darklintumon NNTP User

    Default Solved!!!

    I found a really easy way to fix this

    YouTube - Fix for the emesene in opensuse 11.2 kde4 bug

    go to system preferences
    appareance > gtk themes
    change theme to any other than qtcurve and synchonicity
    open emesene and login, check the box "remember me"
    close emesene
    go to system preferences
    appareance > gtk themes
    change theme to qtcurve or synchonicity
    now you can open emesene and keep it in the same look and feel than the rest of your kde4 desktop

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