Description of problem:
please see the video
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. open file roller
2. open an archive
3. click extract
4. try to create a new directory
(In reply to comment #0)
> Description of problem:
> please see the video
I'm eager to see you video but there isn't one. Also, shouldn't this be a file-roller bug?
Created attachment 519687 [details]
attempting to create a directory from a dialog
@Tomáš: apologies. I wasn't sure where to file this bug. I figured that gtk uses nautilus file chooser dialogs, so I file it here. I'll move it if this is the wrong place. Thanks for your response.
The application you're using is file-roller. However the file chooser is standard Gtk one. Since file-roller extends the dialog, can you please try the same operation e.g. in gedit? Also, does using plain metacity or Gnome fallback mode reproduce the issue?
I'll give that a try this evening
I'm also facing this problem on freshly updated f17 as in 12.12.2012.
This happens only in file-roller and only sometimes (even in the same directory sometimes it works, sometimes not) for me.
Gedit is ok, Web is ok.
Versions of libraries and applications:
Reassigning to file-roller per comment 6
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