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Weird Popup Menus - pgAdmin 1.8.4

From: Christos Vasilakis <cvasilak(at)gmail(dot)com>
To: pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Weird Popup Menus - pgAdmin 1.8.4
Date: 2008-06-06 18:42:55
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Hi there,

I have just compiled and installed pgadmin 1.8.4 under Ubuntu Hardy 
8.04. I used the defaults and just

configure; make; make install

and installed under /usr/local/pgadmin3

Although the application runs fine without any problems, the menus in 
the popups are garbaged with the _ character. I believe its used to 
characterize the shortcut character in the keyboard. For example if i 
right click in a table i get this



In the top level menus File Edit View.. it is displayed correctly.

The output of the configure script is the following:

PostgreSQL directory:			/usr
PostgreSQL pg_config binary:		/usr/bin/pg_config
PostgreSQL version:			PostgreSQL 8.3.1
PostgreSQL SSL support:                 Present

wxWidgets directory:			/usr
wxWidgets wx-config binary:		/usr/bin/wx-config
wxWidgets version:			wxWidgets 2.8.7

libxml2 directory:			/usr
libxml2 xml2-config binary:		/usr/bin/xml2-config
libxml2 version:			libxml2 2.6.31

libxslt directory:			/usr
libxslt xslt-config binary:		/usr/bin/xslt-config
libxslt version:			libxslt 1.1.22

Building a debug version of pgAdmin:	No
Statically linking pgAdmin:		No
Building a Mac OS X appbundle:		No


Both postgres and wxwidgets are installed from the Hardy default 

The timezone is set to Europe/Athens but I am using the English version 
of Hardy

Let me know if you want more information.


PS Keep up the good work for this excellent postgres tool! :)


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