Bug ID: 389807
           Summary: Dolphin freezes when hitting "enter" quickly after
           Product: dolphin
           Version: 17.12.1
          Platform: Other
                OS: Linux
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: NOR
         Component: general
  Target Milestone: ---

I've been seeing this strange bug in recent versions of Dolphin. Note that it
may be difficult to reproduce on demand, and getting this exact effect may take
a bit of trial and error. Here is what I noticed so far:

If you select a file or directory, press the delete button, then immediately
hit the enter key, Dolphin permanently becomes unresponsive. It does not eat
any CPU unless most freezes of this sort, but the window is no longer painted
and you must kill the process to shut it down.

This would appear to be caused by the confirmation prompt ("do you really want
to delete this item" message) when enter is pressed right before the window
pops up. It looks as if the dialog forgets to inform the main window that it
has been closed, so the parent process still thinks the confirmation prompt
exists and that it's waiting for you to answer it.

To reproduce: Select any item in dolphin, then hit delete quickly followed by
enter. Enter must be pressed the instant the confirmation prompt appears, if
not a few moments before that. If you keep doing it at various time intervals,
you should eventually see Dolphin freezing and no longer responding.

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