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cmdline: nautilus -n
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#0 _gtk_css_value_unref at gtkcssvalue.c:65
#1 g_ptr_array_foreach at garray.c:1502
#2 ptr_array_free at garray.c:1088
#3 g_ptr_array_unref at garray.c:1036
#4 gtk_css_computed_values_dispose at gtkcsscomputedvalues.c:49
#6 g_hash_table_remove_all_nodes at ghash.c:503
#7 g_hash_table_remove_all at ghash.c:1371
#8 g_hash_table_destroy at ghash.c:1067
#9 gtk_style_context_finalize at gtkstylecontext.c:628
#11 gtk_widget_finalize at gtkwidget.c:12148
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This bug seems to happen only if I close one of several nautilus windows. I don't have any special setup i.e. no remote folders etc..
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