Splashy works in Fedora except progress bar

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Old 01-10-2008
Splashy works in Fedora except progress bar

Hello everyone, i really hope someone can help, or suggest something.
I have succesfully installed splashy in fedora 8 Smilie(even made rpms) however i cannot get the progress bar to work properlySmilie, i believe it is working a bit because it flickers a bit in the progressbar place initially, Smiliei am able to run splashy test ok, change themes etc, i really would like to get this working, anything ideals etc would be gratefully recieved.Smilie
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Old 01-12-2008
Just to keep this thread alive,Smilie is there anyone who can suggest anything to try, or knows someone that may know how to help, id be gratefull for anything ive hit a dead end.SmilieSmilie
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