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#2017 assigned defect

macos client menu: no 'session info', no Encoding menu

Reported by: sto6 Owned by: Antoine Martin
Priority: minor Milestone: 2.5
Component: client Version: 2.4.x
Keywords: macos opengl Cc:

Description

I had been using Xpra client 2.2.4 on macos 10.13.6
then upgraded (using the .pkg) to xpra v2.4-r20679.

Connecting to xfce4 desktop on centos-6.6, xpra v1.0.12-r19800.

  1. While connected, on the macos xpra client menu, the Info submenu displays, but "session info" is grey, cannot be selected.
  1. Also on the xpra client menu, Encoding has an arrow shown, but no choices are shown.

I'll make screenshots of both of these.

  1. Below is my client-side xpra config file, that I did and do use.
desktop-fullscreen = yes
username=me
encoding=auto
ssh_port=22
host=joe.example.com
mode=ssh
password=
port=3
swap-keys=no
speed=100
quality=100

When I start the client, in the client-side Xpra menu, Feature submenu, OpenGL is not checked and under Scaling submenu, none of the entries are checked (even "None" is not checked).

Even if I add these lines:

opengl=True
desktop-scaling=None

In the client-side Xpra menu, Features submenu, the OpenGL is not checked and in Scaling subsubmenu the None is not checked. Had it in my mind, both these options would help performance, and the client menu was a way to confirm if they are set.
Thanks.

Attachments (3)

sessionInfo.png (54.4 KB) - added by sto6 3 weeks ago.
grey session-info
encoding.png (40.8 KB) - added by sto6 3 weeks ago.
empty encoding submenu
scaling.png (106.6 KB) - added by sto6 3 weeks ago.
opengl & scaling-None not checked

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Change History (4)

Changed 3 weeks ago by sto6

Attachment: sessionInfo.png added

grey session-info

Changed 3 weeks ago by sto6

Attachment: encoding.png added

empty encoding submenu

Changed 3 weeks ago by sto6

Attachment: scaling.png added

opengl & scaling-None not checked

comment:1 Changed 3 weeks ago by Antoine Martin

Status: newassigned

The macos menu is flaky and unreliable, we have a number of issues open against it (ie: #1385)

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