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is anyone using homebank? i'm having it crash with a segmentation fault error everytime i open an .xhb file since either updating to current or kde 4.4. i can't recall exactly when the crash started to happen but i am sure it is after either one of the updates. any ideas on why this happening? thanks in advance.
creating new xhb files and saving/opening works fine. i suspected it had to do with my xhb file being corrupt but then i downloaded the example xhb file from the website and opening it segfaulted again. i have tried installing homebank on the the other machine in my house running ubuntu and saving/opening them works completely fine. hmm maybe i'll try installing the same version as installed on the ubuntu machine and see how it goes..