Strange behavior when opening PCB Editor with 7.0.5-2-testing

About six “warning boxes???” flash across the work area over a 1/2 second period in the PCB editor as it is opened.
This problem only occurs if the PCB editor is opened, or, closed and then reopened, using the Project manager or the PCB icon in the Schematic Editor.
The problem does not occur when toggling between Schematic and PCB Editors.

Would like confirmation before reporting.

Application: KiCad Schematic Editor x86_64 on x86_64

Version: 7.0.5-unknown-202305261704~5c5f077a4a~ubuntu22.04.1, release build

wxWidgets 3.2.1
FreeType 2.11.1
HarfBuzz 6.0.0
FontConfig 2.13.1
libcurl/7.81.0 OpenSSL/3.0.2 zlib/1.2.11 brotli/1.0.9 zstd/1.4.8 libidn2/2.3.2 libpsl/0.21.0 (+libidn2/2.3.2) libssh/0.9.6/openssl/zlib nghttp2/1.43.0 librtmp/2.3 OpenLDAP/2.5.14

Platform: Linux Mint 21, 64 bit, Little endian, wxGTK, cinnamon, x11

Build Info:
Date: May 26 2023 17:04:17
wxWidgets: 3.2.1 (wchar_t,wx containers) GTK+ 3.24
Boost: 1.74.0
OCC: 7.5.2
Curl: 7.88.1
ngspice: 38
Compiler: GCC 11.3.0 with C++ ABI 1016

Build settings:

Where did you get 7.0.5-2-testing from? I cannot find it (my bad for sure).

It was sitting in my update manager. Must have arrived overnight here. I installed it at 11.00 AM Sunday my time, which I suppose is about midnight Saturday for you.

Any updates from any program I use just turn up. It is similar to your windows updates except I get to choose what and when to install.

Mint uses Ubuntu.

Ah yes! No such comfort in Windows. Windows update only covers - well - Windows. Windows applications may or may not notify you when updates are available when started/running.
We lowly folks have to do it manually.
Thx anyways and good night.

Only 8.21 PM here Sunday evening.
Will be around a bit longer. Don’t need quite that much sleep yet. :slightly_smiling_face:

Being ESL, I thought “Good night” is perfectly valid when saying “Good bye” to someone, even at 8pm. It does not necessarily mean they got to sleep immediately. But apparently I was wrong…

Theoretically you’re correct, but that usage in this once colonial outpost at the bottom of the world is rarely used. 'Bye for now, or even the more colloquial “Oo Roo” is more appropriate. :smiley:

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