Description of problem:
Description of problem:
I'm doing release validation testing on qemu-kvm for Fedora 23 and I'm currently trying Xfce Beta TC1.
parole crashes after a double click on the media to be reproduced.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Launch Parole (it doesn't matter if it's launched from Xfce's menu or from terminal).
2. Enter the directory '/usr/share/orage/sounds/'
3. Double click on a valid audio file.
1. Parole crashes and abrt catches the issue.
2. It seems like an issue in how the software interacts with the graphical toolkit (gtk). Actually, if I choose the 'open' button instead of double-clicking on the file to be reproduced, I don't hit this specific bug.
1. Parole should not crash.
2. Users should be able to double click on the file.
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runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (3 frames)
#0 gtk_widget_destroy at gtkwidget.c:4804
#1 parole_media_chooser_add_idle at parole-mediachooser.c:175
#6 gtk_main at gtkmain.c:1230
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