Resetting the settings doesn't work correctly
Resetting the settings doesn't work correctly in Ubuntu 12.04:
- even though I didn't change the theme, clicking the "Set settings to default values" button changes the window titlebar theme to Adwaita (but I was using Ambiance). This happens even without saving the changes. The weird part is that Ambiance is displayed as being used in Unsettings or GNOME Tweak Tool, yet the window titlebar is Adwaita and not Ambiance. To get back to Ambiance, I must select a different window theme and then select Ambiance again.
- the window titlebar font is set to Cantrell, even though I was using the Ubuntu font (bold, 11) for this
- some settings aren't restored: I've disabled Global Menu and Overlay scrollbars and clicking "Set settings to default values" doesn't reset them. There might be other settings that aren't resetted too...
Here's the output I get when selecting to set settings to their default values:
Traceback (most recent call last):
TypeError: set_default() takes exactly 1 argument (2 given)
Tested in Ubuntu 12.04.
|Changed in unsettings:|
|status:||New → Fix Committed|
|assignee:||nobody → Florian Diesch (diesch)|
|importance:||Undecided → High|