no auto-scroll in chat window

costav costav at freesurf.fr
Mon Feb 8 16:58:42 EST 2010


Thank you for answering Ethan (it doesn't seem to ring anybody else a bell).


I have the Gtk+ Theme, but haven't activated even one single tick
(selection) inside it.

Do you know of a place where its *usual settings* are described ?

(btw I uninstalled a few spelling dictionaries, weren't of any real help
anyway since the program does not (yet) auto-recognize what language I'm
typing; and these (attached) are the plugins I unchecked (all of them - the
rest was unchecked anyway); it seems to improve, but not 100%; it doesn't
seem like a real error, it has to be connected just to specific
circumstances - because sometimes it does come up scrolled down)

Costav
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2010/2/7 <support-request at pidgin.im>

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>
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>   1. Re: Pidgin chat window (Ethan Blanton)
>
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Ethan Blanton <elb at pidgin.im>
> To: costav <costav at freesurf.fr>
> Date: Sat, 6 Feb 2010 13:13:06 -0500
> Subject: Re: Pidgin chat window
> costav spake unto us the following wisdom:
> > Is there a way each time the chat window reappears, not to need to scroll
> > manually down to the counterpart's most recent incoming line, but to have
> > the upper part of the chat window auto-scrolled down, directly to read
> the
> > newest incoming line ?
>
> This is the normal behavior.  If you are not seeing this, something is
> wrong.  Someone else may know of a standing issue which causes this,
> but I suspect that it is either 1) a Pidgin plugin which you have
> loaded, or 2) your Gtk+ theme.
>
> Try unloading all third-party plugins, and using the default Gtk+
> theme, and see if this problem goes away.
>
> Ethan
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