I have tried to verify the bug and it happens consistently.
As long as the upper stitch layers is selected, and Ctrl-Z, the system
will hang, there is a null pointer somewhere. However if the lower
layer is selected, Ctrl-Z is O.K.
There is also an error message
Gtk-WARNING **: invalid cast from (NULL) pointer to 'GimpDrawable'
when the system hangs.
Probably good idea to track it in bugzilla.
>Hi, all -
>I have discovered a reproducible way to put the gimp (1.2.3)
>into a tight loop. Try this:
> 1. Open an image
> 2. Run the cross-stitch script over it.
> 3. Change the active layer to the stitches layer
> 4. Undo (Ctl-Z). Gimp goes into a loop.
>I think it has to do with the script flipping between RGB and
>Indexed mode a couple of times - but why undo should get
>confused when a different layer is selected baffles me.
>I'd appreciate it if someone would take a quick look at this -
>if it's really a bug, and not something bizarre in my script,
>I'll file this with bugzilla.
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