Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 464499
clock applet crashes when there's more than one task list in evolution
Last modified: 2009-07-14 10:29:00 EDT
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I got 3 task lists in evolution. When all of them are enabled (when the box is checked in evo "task" view next to each task list name), and when I click on the clock (click on the clock.. huhu..) applet it crashes, and a popup asks me if i want to reload (or not) the applet.
Steps to Reproduce:
0. Be sure to run gnome and to have the clock applet in your panel.
1. Create a new task list in evolution. Check the box on the left of the name in evo window after the list is created. Be sure that the default
2. Insert events in new task list
3. Click on the clock applet
Crash. Pop-up window ask "reload or not".
Used to work in fedora 9, until an update happened some months ago.
I'm currrently runing :
*** Bug 469516 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
sounds similar to
i have posted additional details on upstream bugzilla.
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