Bug#509827: base: Right clicking on panel and selecting "Add to panel" then selecting "CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor" creates invisible icon!

Josselin Mouette joss at debian.org
Sat Dec 27 10:21:23 UTC 2008

reassign 509827 gnome-applets 2.22.3-3
forcemerge 448833 509827

Le samedi 27 décembre 2008 à 10:59 +0100, Holger Levsen a écrit :
> On Friday 26 December 2008, Deniz Akcal wrote:
> > When I first started using Lenny (I think about 4 months ago), I had the
> > EXACT same bug but with the trash icon instead! That was fixed not so long
> > after I had filed the bug report but this program is more important hence
> > the grave severity. So when I add the "CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor" icon
> > to the Panel, it creates an invisible icon that I must remove by guessing
> > random locations on the panel bar and finding the right place by right
> > clicking and selecting to "Remove From Panel" (just like I had to do with
> > the trash icon not so long ago).
> Are you using gnome? If so I think this bug has to be reasigned to 
> gnome-applets.

Yes, this is a known issue; you need cpufrequtils installed for the
applet to work correctly.

(The trash applet issue was completely different and fixed in 2.22.3-3.)

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