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cmdline: /usr/bin/Thunar /home/alexander/Pictures
runlevel: N 5
var_log_messages: Binary file /var/log/messages matches
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#0 thunar_file_is_directory at thunar-file.c:2533
#1 thunar_list_model_cmp_func at thunar-list-model.c:1017
#2 node_find_closest at gsequence.c:1766
#3 node_insert_sorted at gsequence.c:2004
#4 g_sequence_insert_sorted_iter at gsequence.c:1029
#5 g_sequence_insert_sorted at gsequence.c:718
#6 thunar_list_model_files_added at thunar-list-model.c:1238
#11 thunar_folder_finished at thunar-folder.c:544
#16 exo_job_finished at exo-job.c:442
#17 exo_job_async_ready at exo-job.c:281
Potential duplicate: bug 891310
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what were you doing when this happened?
Can you duplicate it?
I forgot to report it immediately, so I can not tell what I did exactly.
I think it happend while copying multiple PDFs into one subfolder by entering the subfolder and pasting the files there. When I went back to the originalfolder by pressing backspace, the filemanager crashed.
Could not reproduce, sorry.
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