Its broken for those who use openoffice and numerous other applications
that use the transparency option. In OO, most of the icons have a black
background, and some slides in the presentation client are also affected
for me. As I use my gentoo laptop to give presentations its a show
stopper. (When I first loaded it up, it looked OK, but then when I
loaded the presentation in public it became "what OS is that - god its
ugly ..., why dont you use ..." - nothing like a public fiasco to drive
home gentoo's shortcomings :( )
Ive fixed it for my self (as Ive previously described), but what about
the new or average user which is why I originally brought it up? My
needs are covered, its "gentoo" itself that I think is being
In any case, this is getting even further off-topic for the security
list. Check the bug.
On Thu, 2005-09-15 at 14:21 -0700, Mike Owen wrote:
> On 9/14/05, William Kenworthy <billk@...> wrote:
> > Security caused the only working version of xorg to be removed from
> > portage.
> My xorg-x11 install is working just fine. Using -r3 here, and I'm not
> having any problems with it. xorg-x11 may be broken for some users,
> but for many of us, it works perfectly.
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