The Renaissance Man (unixronin) wrote in logjam,
The Renaissance Man

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Feature request and bug report

First, the feature request:  I always (and I mean always, always, always, ALWAYS) hand-format my posts.  This means I have to manually go to the Entry->Options submenu and turn on <preformatted> for every post.  What would it take to add an option in, say, LogJam->Preferences->User Interface for "Always preformat posts by default"?  The way I see it, checking this option would cause the Preformatted option under Entry->Options to always be turned on.  If you wanted to let LJ format a post, you could go and turn it off for that post, but then it aould automatically be turned back on again for the next new post.  (In other words, checking this option would exactly reverse the current behavior as regards preformatting.)

Now on to the bug report:  I have observed that if I select Entry->Security->Custom, with no friends groups defined, I get an empty "Select Friend Groups" list dialog (as it should be).  When I close that dialog, LogJam dies with the following error:

(logjam:4146): Gtk-CRITICAL **: file gtkliststore.c: line 566 (gtk_list_store_get_value): assertion `GTK_LIST_STORE (tree_model)->stamp == iter->stamp' failed
(logjam:4146): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: gtype.c:2967: type id `0' is invalid
(logjam:4146): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: can't peek value table for type `' which is not currently referenced

I'm using LogJam 4.2.4, built against gtk+-2.2.1 and glibc-2.3.2 using gcc-3.2.2 on a Slackware-based Linux machine.


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