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[ jEdit-devel ] [jedit:bugs] #4028 Install button in Plugin Manager -> Install sheet greyed-out

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[bugs:#4028] Install button in Plugin Manager -> Install sheet greyed-out

Status: open
Group: minor bug
Created: Thu Mar 02, 2017 01:32 PM UTC by Peter
Last Updated: Thu Mar 02, 2017 01:32 PM UTC
Owner: nobody

On fresh install , the "Install" button on the Plugin Manager -> Install sheet is fine. Appears to respond (although having other issues with installing. However...)

When I go to "Download options -> Plugin Manager" options and change the "Install plugins in:" radio button from the default "jEdit settings in directory" to "jEdit application directory", the "Install" button on the Plugin Manager -> Install sheet is greyed out. I presume this is the correct behaviour as I guess installing there needs su permissions?

When I change the radio button back to "jEdit settings in directory", the above mentioned "Install" button remains greyed-out. In fact, nothing seemes to bring it back other than a reinstall. I am guessing this is a bug whereby the status of the "Install" button is not being updated when the radio button is changed.

Using jEdit 5.3 & openjdk-8.

P.


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Alan Ezust-2

There is a bug in 5.4 where the initial enabled-ness of the install button is incorrect if some of the plugins are already checked due to a pluginset being set.
For me, however, checking or unchecking any plugin will enable the button. That might be a different issue though.


[bugs:#4028] Install button in Plugin Manager -> Install sheet greyed-out

Status: open
Group: minor bug
Created: Thu Mar 02, 2017 01:32 PM UTC by Peter
Last Updated: Thu Mar 02, 2017 01:32 PM UTC
Owner: nobody

On fresh install , the "Install" button on the Plugin Manager -> Install sheet is fine. Appears to respond (although having other issues with installing. However...)

When I go to "Download options -> Plugin Manager" options and change the "Install plugins in:" radio button from the default "jEdit settings in directory" to "jEdit application directory", the "Install" button on the Plugin Manager -> Install sheet is greyed out. I presume this is the correct behaviour as I guess installing there needs su permissions?

When I change the radio button back to "jEdit settings in directory", the above mentioned "Install" button remains greyed-out. In fact, nothing seemes to bring it back other than a reinstall. I am guessing this is a bug whereby the status of the "Install" button is not being updated when the radio button is changed.

Using jEdit 5.3 & openjdk-8.

P.


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Alan Ezust-2
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  • status: open --> closed-fixed
  • Comment:

Fixed in jEdit 5.4


[bugs:#4028] Install button in Plugin Manager -> Install sheet greyed-out

Status: closed-fixed
Group: minor bug
Created: Thu Mar 02, 2017 01:32 PM UTC by Peter
Last Updated: Thu Mar 02, 2017 11:01 PM UTC
Owner: nobody

On fresh install , the "Install" button on the Plugin Manager -> Install sheet is fine. Appears to respond (although having other issues with installing. However...)

When I go to "Download options -> Plugin Manager" options and change the "Install plugins in:" radio button from the default "jEdit settings in directory" to "jEdit application directory", the "Install" button on the Plugin Manager -> Install sheet is greyed out. I presume this is the correct behaviour as I guess installing there needs su permissions?

When I change the radio button back to "jEdit settings in directory", the above mentioned "Install" button remains greyed-out. In fact, nothing seemes to bring it back other than a reinstall. I am guessing this is a bug whereby the status of the "Install" button is not being updated when the radio button is changed.

Using jEdit 5.3 & openjdk-8.

P.


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