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Keywords Wizard crashes on repeated use #2514

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timlinux opened this Issue Dec 11, 2015 · 3 comments

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timlinux commented Dec 11, 2015

As reported by user Gumbi from Malawi, the wizard is crashing on repeated use. Here is how to replicate:

  • add two layers to QGIS which have no keywords
  • use the KW wizard to assign keywords to the first layer
  • use the KW wizard to assign keywords to the second layer

QGIS will crash at some point in the last step above

@timlinux timlinux added the Bug label Dec 11, 2015

@timlinux timlinux added this to the Version 3.3 milestone Dec 11, 2015

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More details: Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit and QGIS version 2.10.1

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borysiasty commented Dec 11, 2015

More details: Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit and QGIS version 2.10.1

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samnawi Dec 11, 2015

Is it same case with ticket #2467 - Crash Minidump when try to use InaSAFE keyword editor twice ?

samnawi commented Dec 11, 2015

Is it same case with ticket #2467 - Crash Minidump when try to use InaSAFE keyword editor twice ?

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Thanks @borysiasty I will test on windows and put out a 3.2.5 release.

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timlinux commented Dec 15, 2015

Thanks @borysiasty I will test on windows and put out a 3.2.5 release.

ismailsunni added a commit to ismailsunni/inasafe that referenced this issue Dec 22, 2015

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