Christophe> David Mosberger-Tang <davidm@AZStarNet.COM> wrote:
>>>>>>> On 25 Jun 1997 01:49:27 +0200, firstname.lastname@example.org
>>>>>>> (Christophe Zwecker) said:
Christophe> ok I did ln -s /usr/local/bin/xscanimage ~/.gimp/plug-ins/ then
Christophe> doc:/home/doc/.gimp> gimp parsing
Christophe> "/home/doc/.gimp/gtkrc" parsing
Christophe> "/usr/local/share/gimp/0.99.10/gimprc" parsing
Christophe> "/home/doc/.gimp/gimprc" parsing
Christophe> "/home/doc/.gimp/pluginrc" query plug-in:
Christophe> /home/doc/.gimp/plug-ins/xscanimage: illegal option -- g
Christophe> Usage: xscanimage [OPTION]... [DEVICE]
Looks like the SANE configure did not find the gtk libraries. If you
installed gtk _after_ running the SANE configure, you'll have to rerun
it again (best to do make clean, configure, make, make install to be
on the safe side).
Christophe> itself aswell thw picture kind of gets broken and pieces
Christophe> move around abit, the pic gets mixed up. Is that due a
Christophe> buggy gtk ? Has anybody else experienced that ?
David> Not that I'm aware of. If the problem is serious, maybe you
David> could capture a snapshot that shows the problem and send it in
David> (don't make the snapshot too large, though...).
Christophe> I always happens when I move windowframes around over
Christophe> the gimp or preview window - maybe something with Xaccel
Christophe> 3.1 (24 + 8 bit setting)... ? Anybody running that too ?
Looks like an X server bug to me. Or maybe a gtk bug. I have never
seen anything like that on my machine (which is limited to 8bpp).
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