[jitsi-users] plugins are not uninstalled


#1

Hello,

using last nighly build 2.3.4814 on windows
just would like to mention that the function to uninstall the "user plugins", the ones shown as default, is not executed. After clicking uninstall, they disappear out of the list, but after closing opening jitsi they are back in the list. I don't think that this is the meaning of "uninstall".

Johannes

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Johannes Prost


#2

using last nighly build 2.3.4814 on windows
just would like to mention that the function to uninstall the "user

plugins",

the ones shown as default, is not executed. After clicking uninstall, they
disappear out of the list, but after closing opening jitsi they are back

in

the list. I don't think that this is the meaning of "uninstall".

These plugins are not meant to be uninstalled and simply lack the flag
marking them as a system plugin. Could you please open an issue for this at
[1]?

Johannes

Ingo

[1] https://jitsi.org/Development/BugsAndIssues


#3

Hey Johannes,

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On 27.08.13, 21:21, Johannes Prost wrote:

Hello,

using last nighly build 2.3.4814 on windows just would like to
mention that the function to uninstall the "user plugins", the ones
shown as default, is not executed. After clicking uninstall, they
disappear out of the list, but after closing opening jitsi they are
back in the list. I don't think that this is the meaning of
"uninstall".

Actually the problem here is that the plugins that show as default aren't really "user plugins". They are part of Jitsi and cannot be removed.

We should fix them and make sure they are indicated as system.

Could you please open a ticket?

Thanks,
Emil

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#4

Oops ... hadn't noticed Ingo's answer. Sorry for the noise!

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On 27.08.13, 22:19, Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey Johannes,

On 27.08.13, 21:21, Johannes Prost wrote:

Hello,

using last nighly build 2.3.4814 on windows just would like to
mention that the function to uninstall the "user plugins", the ones
shown as default, is not executed. After clicking uninstall, they
disappear out of the list, but after closing opening jitsi they are
back in the list. I don't think that this is the meaning of
"uninstall".

Actually the problem here is that the plugins that show as default
aren't really "user plugins". They are part of Jitsi and cannot be removed.

We should fix them and make sure they are indicated as system.

Could you please open a ticket?

Thanks,
Emil

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https://jitsi.org