Description of problem:
1. Start writing message
2. Close window
3. Choose to save draft
Version-Release number of selected component:
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (9 frames)
#8 gdk_pixbuf_finalize at gdk-pixbuf.c:273
#10 g_datalist_clear at gdataset.c:273
#11 g_object_finalize at gobject.c:1044
#13 gtk_image_definition_unref at gtkimagedefinition.c:281
#14 _gtk_icon_helper_clear at gtkiconhelper.c:102
#15 gtk_icon_helper_finalize at gtkiconhelper.c:192
#17 gtk_image_finalize at gtkimage.c:437
#19 gtk_box_forall at gtkbox.c:2669
#20 gtk_container_destroy at gtkcontainer.c:1700
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Thanks for a bug report. I tried to reproduce this (I suppose you meant to close the composer window in step 2)), but no luck, under Wayland and X11, using the same glib2 and gtk3 packages (basically up-to-date rawhide machine). Neither valgrind claims anything.
Are you able to reproduce this consistently, please?
It seems like a memory corruption caused by some part of the code.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 26 development cycle.
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