Hello Roger: I've tried to reproduce the issue, but it is not happenning for me. Could you describe a detailed steps to reproduce it? By the way, I have the feeling that this could be flash plugin related. Could you make sure that you are not seeing any web using the flash plugin? Also if you are able/willing to provide more info, a very good way to help is providing us with a backrace when the application behaves like this. In order to get a backtrace, please install packages: gdb and kdelibs-dbg and follow this procedure: a) In a konsole run: gdb $(which konqueror) b) You'll enter gdb command line, type "run<enter>" c) Browse or do whatever you need to reproduce the problem d) Once you have reproduced the problem, press Ctrl-C within gdb the konsole in step a) e) type commands: "set logging on<enter>" and "bt" f) kill application (optional): "kill<enter>" g) quit gdb: "quit" In the directory you have run gdb, you will see a file named gdb.txt, please, attach that to this bug report or dump it into an e-mail body. Feel free to ask if you have any doubt. Regards, -- Raúl Sánchez Siles ----->Proud Debian user<----- Linux registered user #416098
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