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On boot (running NixOS 23.11 with KDE Plasma version 5.27.10) it shows a green "no workspaces" screen with a weird cursor glitch and the SFX workspace icon replaced with a desktop one ... until we click another workspace, at which point everything is fixed.

Edit: GIF of bug:

Edit 2: Seems fixed for us in v0.1.0g - ping us if you're still getting it and we'll unresolve the issue.

P#146777 2024-04-16 17:46 ( Edited 2024-05-01 01:00)


It seems to be a bug everyone has.
Same thing here on MacOS 12.5

P#146783 2024-04-16 18:39

@packbat complete sidenote: awesome wallpaper

P#146785 2024-04-16 19:05


P#146786 2024-04-16 19:09

@Zeflyn It's Sophie Houlden's Dusk Child wallpaper! We loved that game so it was an easy choice.

P#146790 2024-04-16 19:29

I'm on Windows 10 and did not experience this bug at first, but then got the same issue after taking a screenshot and then rebooting. Perhaps it may have something to do with the file mounting system? Also, in my case, it had a black screen with no text, but was otherwise the same (i.e. trailing cursor symptomatic of not calling cls(), with the weird ghost desktop replacing the SFX editor, and then being replaced by the SFX editor when you select somthing else).

P#146791 2024-04-16 20:02

Did anyone ever find out what causes this, or how to fix it?

P#147168 2024-04-23 02:20

This is fixed for 0.1.0g -- ironically it was happening because I put in a quick hack to hide unsightly activity during boot, including the [no workspaces] screen. 0.1.0g now listens for a signal that the desktop is in a presentable state before exiting the boot sequence. Later I might do a lazy loading thing, but normally it only makes a second or so difference depending on what is lying around on the desktop.

P#147176 2024-04-23 06:03

I'm getting this when creating appdata/system/startup.lua and creating a widget for the tooltray. The tooltray looks fine with the widget I added but I get this [no workspaces] issue until I click on files in the menu

I somehow sorted this at some point. Don't quite know how but I assume it was a small typo that went unnoticed in my startup file

P#147300 2024-04-25 14:12 ( Edited 2024-04-25 20:39)

It happens when you delete a tool or widget in the tooltray when you reboot next.

P#147557 2024-04-29 13:48

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