Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 139605
Gnumeric preferences (missing schemas)
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:54 EST
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Description of problem:
The preferences window has "missing schemas" all over the places.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Go to Format>Gnumeric
2. Open any of the tabs
Actual Results: It shows "missing schema" instead of the right text
Expected Results: Shows the right description of each setting
It is the same as what happened in bug #105980 and it was solved that
strange, I don't see the problem.
Do you get errors at installation from
rpm --erase gnumeric
yum -y install gnumeric
I reinstalled it and now there is no problem. I think that I
installed it the first time using apt and I don't remember to see any
I guess the bug should be closed.
I have heard this complaint before, but can't see where it could be
I do experience this bug with fc3. Gnumeric was installed via yum,
with no error message showing up at installation. At run-time, I get
exactly the bug described by the original poster (with a bunch of "**
(gnumeric:14908): CRITICAL **: file dialog-preferences.c: line 407
(pref_tree_set_model): assertion `the_schema != NULL' failed" on
I'd like this bug to be reopened.