Description of problem:
As far as I know, the steps leading up to this was:
* Read a message in the preview pane.
* Press t (Display header shortcut from Gnus)
* Realize the mistake, and press CTRL-h
Version-Release number of selected component:
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#0 g_hash_table_lookup_node at ghash.c:365
#1 g_hash_table_lookup at ghash.c:1076
#2 procmime_mimeinfo_get_parameter at procmime.c:250
#3 textview_write_body at textview.c:1043
#4 textview_show_part at textview.c:646
#5 mimeview_show_message_part at mimeview.c:817
#10 _gtk_action_emit_activate at gtkaction.c:795
#11 closure_accel_activate at gtkaction.c:1766
#16 gtk_accel_group_activate at gtkaccelgroup.c:891
#17 gtk_accel_groups_activate at gtkaccelgroup.c:928
Potential duplicate: bug 964024
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> As far as I know, the steps leading up to this was:
So, is it reproducible with those steps?
The backtrace (Thread 1) mentions:
It may be specific to that message.
No, it cannot be reproduced, neither with the mail, nor with the folder.
I've had claws running for quite some time, when it crashed. I think it's more likely to have been caused by a random combination of events until then. I'm sorry that I cannot share the coredump, but it contains sensitive information. I'll take a look at it myself, and comment, if I get any closer.
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