I agree there are more important things to test, but I'm just saying it *could* have been easily included too. And if they were (had been) included, it was the right thing to mention, since I don't see them anywhere, so that would mean something went wrong, and there might be a bug.Black_Fox wrote:Come on, this is bikeshedding... it takes a minute or two to download some wallpaper from the net and test it (including browser download & install). But testing the applications from the list will take a lot more time, let's focus on that.
Granted, chances were slim and I saw it as the most likely cause, but still. The answer of z98, while not delving into this directly, strongly implied that no such bug occurred and it simply wasn't included, therefore confirming what I thought. I don't know if this bodes well for the wallpapers on the actual release, but ok, a missed opportunity doesn't say everything.
I'm not in reach of my ROS-machine right now, but I'll try to test out some more tomorrow. One thing I noted is that opening a window takes ages, but that was the same before. Hope that gets better with the stuff of Gigaherz. One positive new effect seems to be that when I now shut it down, it doesn't give a BSOD anymore, where it used to have that result half of the time with the last daily build I used (from some months ago). Have to test that a bit more so it becomes statistically relevant, however.