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Description of problem:
Starting KSnapshot (/usr/bin/ksnapshot) from a GNOME session and saving the
picture results in GNOME becoming unresponsive to further mouse actions.
Only restarting X with <CTRL-ALT-BACKSPACE> can bring the system back to a
running state (or perhaps by going to a virtual console and try some action
there, although I did not try that).
Programs like Konqueror and Kview do work when saving a file; KDE's
file-selector in these programs starts as expected, but the file-selector in
KSnapshot does not appear.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start a GNOME session.
2. Start KSnapshot (/usr/bin/ksnapshot)
3. Save screenshot
GNOME hangs and does not respond to further mouse clicks.
KDE's file selector should appear.
Red Hat Linux release 8.0.94 (Phoebe)
Hmm, it works for me with fresh installed RHL 9.