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Designer, openSUSE and GNOME 3.10

Hi, I tried to setup a VM with designer over the last openSUSE-13.1

All works as expected except for an annoying popup coming from GNOME.
Everytime I compare an object with my tree, a splash screen saying
"Progress information is not responding, force quit or wait" is
displayed. I tried to find out a parameter to change the default delay
of this warning without success. Please not that compare works as

Do you have any idea? For now I'm using IceWM and with this window
manager everything works, but I would like to use the default GNOME if

Thanks in advance,


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Re: Designer, openSUSE and GNOME 3.10

You may have better luck searching in Gnome-specific forums, perhaps the
openSUSE applications forum. KDE has the same kind of feature on my
laptop, but as soon as Designer responds after doing whatever took a while
(preparation for big compare operations like you, for example) it goes
away as Designer moves on, so I haven't bothered trying to get rid of it
yet. I would guess that doing so would get rid of it for all applications
unless it can be configured on a per-application basis, and while that's
just speculation if it is true then I would not disable it myself since I
have sometimes found it useful to know that the desktop does not see any
activity from an application in a way it could detect, giving me another
indicator of whether or not some application is well and truly stuck.

Good luck.

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