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Old 02-11-2005, 10:58 AM   #1
littletom
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Xine menu is messed up


Hi, just a question to fix something that has been annoying me for ages. I have Xine 0.99.3 and the setup menu looks like this: http:// union.surrey.ac.uk/gu2/gallery/albums/userpics/10017/normal_Screenshot.jpg
(sorry link is annoyingly formatted, the BB apparenly wont let me post a link, too much of a noob....)

As you can see, loads of the menu items are messed up as the text input boxes covers them up and other annoying stuff.

Does anyone else's xine setup menu look like this? Or is it a bug in the program? What can be done to sort it out because its really starting to annoy me that I cant actually see what some of the fields are for!

Cheers,
Tom

(By the way Im using Fedora Core 3, with gnome desktop)

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