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[Bug 1458678] Re: xfce appearance settings windows crashes occasionally
[Expired for xfce4-settings (Ubuntu) because there has been no activity
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** Changed in: xfce4-settings (Ubuntu)
Status: Incomplete => Expired
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xfce appearance settings windows crashes occasionally
Status in moka-icon-theme package in Ubuntu:
Status in xfce4-settings package in Ubuntu:
I having this issue on my current Xubuntu 14.04 (with XFCE 4.12)
install; after installing few themes and icon packs, xfce4-appearance-
settings starts to crash on launch.
Themes installed: Adwaita, Albatross, bluebird, Greybird,
HighContrast, Numix(via PPA & in use), Orion(via PPA), Raleigh
Icon packs installed: Elementary Xfce, Elementary Xfce dark,
Elementary Xfce darker, Elementary Xfce darkest, Faba(via PPA), GNOME,
High Contrast, Humanity, Humanity-Dark, Moka(via PPA & in use),
Numix(via PPA), Numix Circle(via PPA), Numix Circle Light(via PPA),
Numix Light(via PPA)
STEPS TO RECREATE:
The bug is possibly difficult to recreate.
However, if the tabs or different themes on the appearance setting windows are clicked rapidly soon after its launch; it has a higher chance of crashing (it's also unresponsive for a while if at all it manages works).
Try a few times if it didn't happen on the first try.
Make sure you are already using the Numix theme and Moka icons.
NOTE: Removing moka-icon-theme package seemingly fixes the crash, so
the problem may be very well with the icon pack itself and not with
(xfce4-appearance-settings:13880): GLib-ERROR **: /build/buildd/glib2.0-2.40.2/./glib/gmem.c:133: failed to allocate 2048 bytes
Trace/breakpoint trap (core dumped)
ashesh-pc1@A1315IN:~$ xfce4-appearance-settings --version
xfce4-appearance-settings 4.12.0 (Xfce 4.12)
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