Dragalia lost landscape mode


Dragalia lost landscape mode? Please post the error messages

11-21-2012, 06:03 PM

There are a number of possible reasons for this. My guess is it has something to do with the Pogo Power tool.

Sounds like a pretty serious problem that affects some installs. I just downloaded version 3.1.2 (the last I checked), and as I said, no such error. I have 7.5.1 installed on my work computer, and that version works fine.

11-22-2012, 12:32 PM

Maybe you could use a launcher called Gimp instead? You can get it from the Software Centre.

(p.s. don't close the thread, a moderator will tell you)

I can't. I can't find the gimp launcher on the launcher. I've tried both the menu and the dash (Dash?)

Thanks for the tip, that would be perfect. But in the event I do choose the launcher, what kind of launcher would you recommend?

11-22-2012, 12:51 PM

I don't know anything about the Gimp launcher, but as a desktop icon, or to drag into the dock (I have a dock in the upper left) or in the top panel. It'll be hard to mess up the options with the launchers you have.

If you're already into the Software Centre, just search for "gimp" in the filter and that should bring it up. Click on it, and open it.

Thanks!

11-22-2012, 01:12 PM

Yup, good point. Drag a launcher to the task bar or the dock. You can control it's startup by hitting F10.

11-22-2012, 02:46 PM

That might not do the same as the Gimp launcher, but it's something close.

11-22-2012, 03:54 PM

In the launcher, go to "Edit" and check the box for "Always open on startup" for the Gimp launcher. You'll see the Gimp launcher in the left column.

But I like to make launchers just to the left of the dock, for all my most used programs. It's kind of like a button, or it's like a shortcut in the menu. I like that method, and I think a lot of people do.

For an example, I have FF, Gimp, Chrome, etc. listed along the left, and I use them for shortcuts, instead of pulling a menu out of the side bar.

11-22-2012, 05:14 PM

Drag a launcher from the launcher and drag it to the dock, or drag it to the task bar. I prefer to have icons in the task bar. I usually have two, the one for where I put my browser, and the one for where I have terminal and email, plus some terminal icons for each user of the system.

11-22-2012, 07:38 PM

Drag a launcher from the launcher and drag it to the dock, or drag it to the task bar. I prefer to have icons in the task bar. I usually have two, the one for where I put my browser, and the one for where I have terminal and email, plus some terminal icons for each user of the system.

I also put launchers for both iTunes and iMovie. Maybe that helps.

11-22-2012, 09:42 PM

You can do that, but there's one problem. It doesn't work on Windows 7, and Windows 7's menu control is different than it's Windows Vista menu control. So, that's not ideal. But, to just duplicate that, you could use the Windows 7 Software Center. Find an app or two, copy the desktop launcher, paste it into the Windows 7 App Store. But it won't work like it does on Vista. You have to find the little icon to use it, and you can change it so you always have the icon.

11-22-2012, 09:52 PM

You can do that, but there's one problem. It doesn't work on Windows 7, and Windows 7's menu control is different than it's Windows Vista menu control. So, that's not ideal. But, to just duplicate that, you could use the Windows 7 Software Center. Find an app or two, copy the desktop launcher, paste it into the Windows 7 App Store. But it won't work like it does on Vista. You have to find the little icon to use it, and you can change it so you always have the icon.

This is what I was getting at before, though. The Gimp launcher uses the menu control which is different from Vista, but it would be nice to use the Windows 7 interface control. There was a way to do that.

Drag a launcher from the launcher and drag it to the dock, or drag it to the task bar. I prefer to have icons in the task bar. I usually have two, the one for where I put my browser, and the one for where I have terminal and email, plus some terminal icons for each user of the system.

I also put launchers for both iTunes and iMovie. Maybe that helps.

I have a PC with Windows 7, and I also have a Mac with Snow Leopard, and they both have their own menu buttons, but I also have Windows 7 and Windows 8 on my laptop. So, I've done that with Windows 8 and 8.1, but I didn't try with Windows 7. Maybe I'll do that this weekend.

11-22-2012, 11:09 PM

One thing to look for is the ability to just drag the launcher icon in the dock or task bar to the desktop. That's what I always do to fix launchers on Windows 7, as well as to change the icon size. I think that's default behavior on other versions, but I'm not sure. You'll have to test to see if it works for Windows 7.

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