Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1479689
[abrt] pitivi: do_activate(): application.py:190:do_activate:TypeError: argument window: Expected GdkX11.X11Window, but got __gi__.GdkWaylandWindow
Last modified: 2018-05-03 04:22:15 EDT
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cmdline: python3 /usr/bin/pitivi
runlevel: N 5
application.py:190:do_activate:TypeError: argument window: Expected GdkX11.X11Window, but got __gi__.GdkWaylandWindow
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/lib64/python3.6/site-packages/pitivi/application.py", line 190, in do_activate
x11_server_time = GdkX11.x11_get_server_time(self.gui.get_window())
TypeError: argument window: Expected GdkX11.X11Window, but got __gi__.GdkWaylandWindow
Local variables in innermost frame:
GdkX11: <IntrospectionModule 'GdkX11' from '/usr/lib64/girepository-1.0/GdkX11-3.0.typelib'>
self: <application.Pitivi object at 0x7f29bd5d0a68 (pitivi+application+Pitivi at 0x563418dba1f0)>
Potential duplicate: bug 1444622
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