Description of problem:
Whenever I try to set a profile picture in empathy the program seems to freeze.
I have tried many different file formats (png,jpg,etc) and nothing seems to fix it.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Edit->Personal Information
2. Click profile picture icon
3. Select file
4. Click open
Program freezes or crashes
A new profile picture
I attached some backtraces I was able to get.
Created attachment 304709 [details]
This is from empathy freezing
Created attachment 304710 [details]
Attached a backtrace when empathy completley crashed
I'm updating my Rawhide VM now to test this; but does enabling/disabling a
specific account or connection manager fix this? (E.g., if you disable all your
Haze-using accounts, or all your Gabble-using accounts, etc.?)
Ok, I can definitely reproduce this issue and it seems at first glance to be
specific to Haze, as creating avatars for Jabber and Google Talk (both using
Gabble) works as expected, and the Salut account also sets it correctly.
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As of telepathy-haze 0.2.1 (submitted for F9-testing yesterday), this should not be an issue any longer. Andrew, when this hits the testing repository please let me know if it fixes this bug for you. Thanks.
I got the update of Koji and I am no longer experiencing this problem. Thank you.
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