Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1296563
KeePass : Auto-type does not work after search : The object was used after being disposed
Last modified: 2016-12-20 12:40:23 EST
Description of problem:
I have configured a global keyboard shortcut Ctlr+Alt+A (custom GNOME keyboard shortcut for 'keepass --auto-type' command) for KeePass Auto-Type feature.
I launch KeePass, then use my auto-type shortcut, everything works as expected.
After a few minutes (or something other else I don't know), the auto-type feature does not work anymore.
I get an error window from KeePass : The object was used after being disposed.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I use GNOME Shell on Fedora 23 (system up to date).
I have a way to reproduce the bug :
- Launch KeePass
- Use Edit → Find menu (or Ctrl+F)
- Search for something
- Results are displayed
- Use Auto-Type feature
- Error : The object was used after being disposed
This bug has been reported upstream :
But the bug was closed as a duplicate of bug :
I will notice the upstream that this bug is not fixed.
I have reported it upstream : https://sourceforge.net/p/keepass/bugs/1461/
Upstream said it's a Mono bug.
I reported it upstream : https://bugzilla.xamarin.com/show_bug.cgi?id=37480
KeePass is based on windows.forms, which is no longer supported in mono (said upstream).
This bug will not be fixed.
If I understand correctly, there is no official support for Windows.Forms in Mono, but if you prepare a patch and submit it via Github request, it will usually be accepted by the Mono developers. We could also integrate that patch into the Mono Fedora packages.
The problem is that somebody needs to be interested enough and capable enough to actually fix the issue at hand.
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