Suggestion: change the name of the first button to "Add to Queue". Would be more intuitive that way, perhaps?Necoro wrote:I should add a "Give me the Newbe Button Labels" Option ^^ ...timboellis wrote:I tried kuroo through Portato and clicked ebuild then clicked okay then I could not find it any help please
But just for the records:
- "Ebuild" opens you ... yes ... ehm ... the ebuild
- To actually emerge it you need to click the ... ehm ... yeah ... "Emerge" Button (ok - you need to click it twice: once in the package which adds it to the queue, calculating dependencies - and then again in the queue to actually launch emerge it)
Anything that pertains to Portage
You can use the "Revert" Button --- it reloads the current package page (and reverts non-saved changes --- but this should be no problem after finishing installing, as the changes are saved then =)). Reloading automatically should be possible though, I think ...Fitzcarraldo wrote:Apologies for deviating off topic, but when using Portato I find that the green circular 'LED' beside the package name-version under the Package tab stays where it is after emerging a later version of the package. I have to 'refresh' Portato manually (either exit and re-launch Portato, or click on the later package version) to get the green indicator to move to the latest version installed. Would it be possible to get Portato to do this automatically? Thanks, Necoro.
The "Add to Queue" would be clear at the first thought ... but how to differentiatie between "Emerge" and "Unmerge" as they both add to a queue
would be sweet!Necoro wrote: Reloading automatically should be possible though, I think ...
"Queue for Emerge" and "Queue for Unmerge"?Necoro wrote:The "Add to Queue" would be clear at the first thought ... but how to differentiatie between "Emerge" and "Unmerge" as they both add to a queue