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Bug#384325: Patch for Bug#384325: libqt3-mt: Floating point exception in QPaintDevice::~QPaintDevice

OK, thanks for the feedback. I can't reproduce that problem here, but 
then I'm not using fglrx (you are using that?).

I've updated the packages at:


... with some minor changes. Sorry to be a pain, but could you please 
test them again? I appreciate it. And other people can test them as 

If they still don't work (or your fonts are still hopeless) then I'm out 
of ideas for the moment. Qt should now fall back to a dpi of 75, same 
as X's default value, so the fonts may not be perfect, but they 
shouldn't be messed up like yours were.

Christopher Martin

On Wednesday 27 September 2006 08:25, Jean Parpaillon wrote:
> Le 27.09.2006 04:11, Christopher Martin a écrit :
> > I've also built qt-x11-free packages which contain a patch that
> > _might_ fix your problems. Please update your Qt packages
> > (libqt3-mt in particular) using the packages at:
> >
> > http://people.debian.org/~chrsmrtn/qt-x11-free-test
> >
> > ... then restart, and let me know if things start to work and are
> > otherwise OK.
> Hi,
> Using this package, qt applications starts but fonts are incredibily
> small (see joined file) for all apps.
> Jean
> > Thanks,
> > Christopher Martin
> >
> > On Tuesday 26 September 2006 21:06, Christopher Martin wrote:
> >> Does everyone who suffers from the Qt3 crashes use ATI's
> >> proprietary fglrx driver? We have a report of a switch away from
> >> fglrx fixing the crashes in Qt/KDE, and other apps.
> >>
> >> Please let me know either way.

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