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Created attachment 9255 [details]
This may be a bug in gtk+, but I'm putting it here for now until I'm sure.
If you go into the plist editor for an iOS project and scroll a little, the overlay scrollbar will appear. Mouseover it and hold down the mouse button to grab the scrollbar. It doesn't respond correctly when you move the mouse, when you let go of the mouse button it doesn't actually release the scrollbar, and all kinds of wonky stuff happens, and it usually ends with a crash inside gtk+.
This only seems to ever happen in the plist editor, I can't reproduce it anywhere else. That's why I've assigned it against the iOS Addin for now.
Hey Cody, that does not seem that happen anymore with the latest XS from master (:
I'm gonna mark the bug as resolved but feel free to re-open it if that issue shows up again.