#40 GTK critical message on page preview and link view

Andy Kahn

screem 0.2.4, gnome-libs 1.0.55, gtk 1.2.7

After initial install, do:
- click on "New Site" toolbar button
- specify a directory with some existing HTML documents. The HTML documents can be trivial.
- The notebook should currently be on the "Preview" page.
- click on the "Design" notebook tab.
- click on the "Preview" tab to go back. This message appears:

** CRITICAL **: file pageUI.c: line 415 (preview_current_page): assertion `page != NULL' failed.

- There's no preview.
- A similar problem happens when clicking on the "Link View" tab:

** CRITICAL **: file linkView.c: line 107 (screem_link_view_create): assertion `page != NULL' failed.


  • David A Knight

    David A Knight - 2000-05-11
    • assigned_to: nobody --> davek
    • status: open --> open-works-for-me
  • David A Knight

    David A Knight - 2000-05-11

    I get the warnings, which a really just in there to tell me whats happening,
    they will eventually be removed.

    As for the preview window, it should show the release notes, and no document
    until you actually have one open, I'm not sure if you opened a document or not,
    but I don't get an empty preview window, although I am using GtkHTML as
    the preview rather than the current default of GtkXmHTML

  • Andy Kahn

    Andy Kahn - 2000-05-11

    It turns out that I didn't have a document open. I thought
    I did, but it wasn't obvious since all I did was (single)
    click a document in the "Site" window on the left.
    Apparently, this doesn't actually open the document, which
    is where my confusion originated.

  • David A Knight

    David A Knight - 2000-05-13

    removed the warning messages (which were just critical, not GTK critical)

  • David A Knight

    David A Knight - 2000-05-13
    • status: open-works-for-me --> closed-works-for-me

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