Description of problem:
If I edit a mscore score and then say file->quit I'm asked in a file dialog whether to save the work or not. If I say "close without saving", mscore hangs.
mscore hangs too if I reply "cancel" or "save". Additionally, if pressing the window's close button in this situation, this will have no effect.
I'm using gnome-shell.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Always as described.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Edit a new score
3.Clse without saving
I cannot reporoduce this bug if running mscore in a xfce session: "Close without saving" will exit mscore immediately.
Seems to be a gnome-shell problem?
Sorry, I cannot reproduce this in KDE. I don't use Gnome or XFCE, and I don't know what gnome-shell is. This might be a bug in the window manager. Do you know which window manager you are using? Did you report this bug upstream?
(In reply to comment #2)
> Sorry, I cannot reproduce this in KDE. I don't use Gnome or XFCE, and I don't
> know what gnome-shell is. This might be a bug in the window manager. Do you
> know which window manager you are using?
Gnome-shell uses mutter as window manager (Both F15 and F16) :-)
> Did you report this bug upstream?
No, I didn't.
Thanks, I am assigning the bug to mutter then since it works fine in KDE (which uses kdm) and XFCE. I am not sure if the mutter packager can fix it though. It might be better to report this upstream. Maybe the mutter packager can give us some more ideas.
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