Description of problem:
1. Open any dvi file by xdvi.
2. Select expert mode ('x' key)
3. Exit xdvi
4. Reopen the same file => the xdvi window disappears after few milliseconds
and command line is blocked without any error or warning message (^C to exit)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Either delete your ~/.xdvirc file or delete in it the line
and xdvi works again
A different way to crash xdvi is to press twice the 'x' key, that is "expert
mode" never exits.
I also compiled the src package in rawhide, thus installed
xdvik-22.84.13-20.fc9.i386.rpm but without any noticeable difference
Even more info:
this happens only when running Compiz: if I use metacity then the expert mode
no longer crashes xdvi.
FYI I use compiz-0.7.5-10.fc9.i386
Yes, I can reproduce this to some extent - xdvi doesn't crash, but it doesn't
toggle between expert mode after two toggles if compiz is the WM. Will look into it.
(In reply to comment #3)
> Yes, I can reproduce this to some extent - xdvi doesn't crash,
Indeed also in my case it does not crash but it is "stuck": if I toggle expert
mode then I cannot do anything else. If expert mode is recorded in .xdvirc then
the window disappears at one but the xdvi in the command line does not exit and
the shell is stuck.
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