Description of problem:
If I right-click on channel tab and click on "Auto-join on connect"
and right click again on channel tab, the "Auto-join on connect"
is still unchecked, though actually if I restart xchat-gnome
I will get auto-joined to the channel whether it was already
checked or not.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
0. look in Network Preferences for auto-joined channels
1. right-click on channel tab
2. select "Auto-join on connect"
3. right-click on channel tab
4. click on "Auto-join on connect"
5. check again in Network Preferences for auto-joined channels
3. still not checked
5. channel listed twice
3. auto-join to be checked
5. channel not to be listed
I guess I should check gnome bugzilla for any similar report.
(In reply to comment #0)
> I guess I should check gnome bugzilla for any similar report.
I couldn't see one here:
As noted in the upstream bug I just filed this doesn't happen
with xchat-gnome-0.26.1 packages (eg for F14).
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