If NEdit has an accelerator definition that conflicts
with the SawFish window manager, it will get a
BadAccess error on startup and exit. This is most
easily reproduced by defining a shell or macro menu
entry (say bound to F1) and then defining the same key
as an accelerator in the SawFish window manager
(via the shortcuts screen in the gnome control
center). The window manager grabs the key, and then
when NEdit attempts to grab the same key on startup
the BadAccess error results.
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