If you click on a font-selector button in a script-fu dialog box, select a
font, then click the button again, you are presented with a script-fu
segfault (this is only in GTK 1.2.5-1.2.6).  Normally, if you use a script
with a fontselector in it, script-fu will crash when it is done executing
(even if you leave it at the default font, and have that font installed)  
when trying to dispose the window.  Interesting note: this does *not*
happen in the "glossy" script.  It still exhibits the "crash on second
click" behavior, but it does *not* crash when the script is run and
finishes.  Is this related to a problem in deleting the window or
font-preview button?

Also, by the method names that I see in the stacktraces I am getting from
this, I get the impression that the button is supposed to be displaying
the font that is currently selected.  This is not the case on
GTK+1.2.[56], it simply shows the default font.  (I haven't had a chance
to test this at all with other gtk/glib versions, aside from a quick
3-minute run with 1.2.3 to prove that it only happens w/ my version.
Others in #gimp have tried this and demonstrated that pattern as well.)

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