Description of problem:
GtkFileChooser does not change into the directory if it is selected by default on opening the dialog. This happens only when the Location field is visible.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Backup (if desired) and remove $HOME/.config/gtk-2.0/gtkfilechooser
2. mkdir /tmp/gtk
3. cd /tmp/gtk
4. mkdir foo
6. in gedit, hit CTRL-O to open a file
7. note that foo is selected by default and hit ENTER to cd to it and then
9. hit CTRL-O again to open a file
10. hit CTRL-L to open the Location field
11. hit ENTER to cd into foo
GtkFileChooser should show the contents of foo
This issue is similar to the following upstream bug:
i.e. the core issue seems to be the same. When the location field is visible and empty, the dialog ends up doing nothing. I have written a patch that checks for file list selection as a fallback if location contents are empty. It's an ugly goto that goes back _up_ into the function, but it's been done before in the same function before, so it looks like that is permitted :)
Created attachment 359619 [details]
Proposed patch -- check file list selection if location entry is empty
Attached fedora version of upstream patch that applies against gtk2-2.16.5-1.fc11
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