[arch-proaudio] Is It Me or Ardour?
ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Fri Nov 9 17:56:50 UTC 2018
On Fri, 9 Nov 2018 15:48:59 +0000, Dancehall Echo wrote:
>Hi, thanks for your reply.
>I have follow your instructions and here is the OP:
> 2667 turbo 20 0 647984 63212 53120 R 96,7 1,1 2:13.93
>ardour-5.12.0 [it seems to be running]
>*ps aux | grep ardour*:
>turbo 2667 97.0 1.0 647984 63212 pts/1 Rl+ 16:43 2:52
>turbo 2715 0.0 0.0 8196 2200 pts/3 S+ 16:46 0:00 grep
>In the meantime i found this:
>The problem was happening with numix and arc theme from AUR [light &
>dark version] but* Ardour works with xfce default theme*. None of the
>workaround given in the above link works.
On Fri, 9 Nov 2018 15:54:06 +0000, Dancehall Echo wrote:
>This theme problem is amazing because i use them [Arc and/or numix]
>since a long time now and Ardour was working well ...
Even while my mails for what ever reasons need to wait for moderation,
you should reply to the mailing list.
That it's related to the Arc theme is very strange. I'm using an Arc
theme customized by myself and never updated the theme. At least a
self build Ardour 5.8 does run without issues on my machine.
A few GTK apps became unstable on my machine.
SpaceFM GTK2, migrating to SpaceFM GTK3 solved almost all issues.
Firefox and all Firefox clones, such as Pale Moon.
Claws-Mail GTK2, Claws-Mail GTK3 is even more unstable.
I guess GUIs to handle tar archives never worked very well on my Arch
install, I anyway prefer CLI over GUI for this purpose.
Last but not least, Gimp, but the latest Gimp releases seem to work for
nobody on what ever distro. Apart from those few nearly unusable apps,
anything else, GTK or Qt, seems to be stable.
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