That's exactly what it was -- my silly mistake. I saw they had a Network Manager (called Manage Networks
), and I thought it looked like a better replacement to the default System Tray
. Yes, "my silly mistake" -- that's a good way of putting it.
The funny thing is, way12go, we may have discovered a bug with the LXDE Network Manager during this whole process. But we'll have to wait and see if MoroS encounters the same problem on his computer. If he does, we've discovered a bug -- and all because of my silly mistake!
This may be an LXDE issue, or maybe it's just an issue with my laptop and that LXDE applet. This we don't know yet.
Thanks for writing,
An update a couple of hours later:
According to pavroo -- our Global Moderator and Senior Member -- there's nothing to report. So, no, we didn't even find a bug out of that whole exercise. Ouch!
Now, way12go, as for your comment, that a spoiler would "be handy." Yes, spoilers take those long strings of code and get them out of the way until needed. Spoilers can help clean up posts, make reading easier, and save a lot of page space.
Of course, it's one thing to say spoilers would be helpful, but it's another thing to add the spoiler feature to Sparky's Forum. I'm sure it's easier said than done.
I'm just sharing an idea that many people have found useful when dealing with long strings of code.