[Users] filter dialogue does not work a second time.
claws-mail_user at thehugheslogcabin.net
Sat Dec 21 14:47:55 CET 2013
On Sat, 21 Dec 2013 07:43:18 +0100
kardan <kardan at riseup.net> wrote:
> I just recompiled claws (3.9.3-3-g02b5ac) and found some problem
> creating filter rules.
> After creating a rule and closing the dialogue, opening the same
> window again to add another rule, shows a problem to bring up the
> folder selection interface.
> 1. open filter window, create a rule and close it.
> 2. open the window again, set some condition (or not), click on action
> and try to select a folder to move the mail to. The button does not
> react at all, nor is it possible to select a different action. It
> seems like the dialogue is blocked by something in front of it, but
> there is nothing.
> 3. Closing the window does not work (only clicking on an existing rule
> in the main filter dialogue).
> Can somebody reproduce this?
> Kardan <kardan at riseup.net>
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I don't see this problem, I tied it two times and didn't have any
Claws Mail version 3.9.3git31
runtime GTK+ 2.24.19 / GLib 2.36.3
buildtime GTK+ 2.24.19 / GLib 2.36.3
Operating System: FreeBSD 8.3-RELEASE-p8 (amd64)
I have compiled Claws Mail from source and not from the FreeBSD ports.
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