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On 10-10-15 18:58, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
> Quoting Sebastiaan Couwenberg (2015-10-10 15:58:42)
>> On 14-09-15 00:23, Sebastiaan Couwenberg wrote:
>>> On 14-09-15 00:07, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
>>>> Quoting Jonas Smedegaard (2015-09-14 00:00:23)
>>>>> A possible difference - if you tested with both those DEs
>>>>> installed - might be some package dependency missing from
>>>>> josm or a java library which gets pulled in by larger DEs
>>>>> and therefore often unnoticed. I use Awesome and mostly
>>>>> GTK-based applications, avoiding both KDE and GNOME as much
>>>>> as I can. I do generally respect recommends, however -
>>>>> attached is the list of unsatisfied reverse recommends (too
>>>>> long, as some are satisfied by alternative packages).
>>> Awesome doesn't appear to be a good choice of DE. I can
>>> reproduce the problem with josm under awesome. This issue
>>> should probably be reassigned to awesome, this isn't an issue
>>> with josm.
>> I've tested this issue with the new JOSM 8800 from experimental,
>> which still has this issue.
>> Interestingly the 'Download from OSM' window does work, new tiles
>> get downloaded when zooming with the scroll wheel and hitting
>> enter downloads the area in question, it just doesn't get
>> Jonas, do you think it's worthwhile to reassign this issue to
> Is it perhaps related to bug#508650? If so (or similar) I find it
> wrong to file it against each specific window managers - perhaps
> reassing to openjdk instead?
#508650 surely sounds exactly like this issue, so reassigning to
openjdk may be more appropriate indeed.
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