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Old June 24, 2019, 19:44   #1
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Latest Nightly release, SDL2 crashing with 8 terms

So, if one tries to open all 8 terms with SDL2 frontend, the application crashes right as you open the last terminal with a nice error message saying that (not verbatim):


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assertion failed at main-sdl2.c, line 4394: assert(*next < N_ELEMENTS(window->subwindows));

This behaviour was observed on Linux. (Fedora 29...). I'm not sure what information are needed/relevant, please enlighten me if something else/more is needed. I'm just trying to see if anybody else has encountered or can reproduce this behaviour, as I already have a fix for it.

From a search on the bug tracker and in the forums I couldn't find anything similar. I might be wrong, though, as I only discovered the answer to that fancy question while registering this account.
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