Bug#868791: subtitleeditor: Still getting gtkmm errors in subtitleeditor

Philip Rinn rinni at inventati.org
Wed Jul 19 12:48:42 UTC 2017

On 19.07.2017 at 14:24, shirish शिरीष wrote:
> at bottom :-
> On 19/07/2017, Philip Rinn <rinni at inventati.org> wrote:
>> Control: retitle -1 Missing call to gtk_widget_get_preferred_width/height()
>> Please don't send private mail, answer to the bug report!
>> I quoted your mail for reference...
> Sorry, that probably was a mistake, thank you.
>> On 19.07.2017 at 03:27, shirish शिरीष wrote:
>>> Thank you Philip,
>>> The reason I raised the bug (and forgot to mention) is the fact it
>>> makes the package unusable. There were a bunch of subtitles which I
>> How? I work with subtitleeditor on a regular basis and see those warnings in
>> the
>> console as well but they don't draw subtitleeditor unusable.
> The simplest example is
> a. take a subtitle file
> b. use CTRL+A to select all subtitles.
> c. Move subtitles a minute forward or backward so the all the
> subtitles start either earlier or later.
> d. Try to save the file.
> Saving the file doesn't work. Either doing CTRL + S or doing File >
> Save doesn't make any change. Even on the console, the time-stamp of
> the file doesn't change. I did get some gstreamer upgrades which
> migrated from sid to testing/buster although that shouldn't affect the
> outcome.

Works for me.

If you still see this problem please open a new bug report as this is *not*
related to the gtk warnings you reported earlier.


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