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#30594 duplicate stem unit tests fail on Tor 0.2.9, which is still supported until 1 January 2020 atagar teor
Description
  client.connection...                                 failed (0.05s)
test_connection_time                                  25 ms  [SUCCESS]
test_established                                             [FAILURE]
test_invalid_arguments                                 1 ms  [SUCCESS]
test_no_common_link_protocol                           9 ms  [SUCCESS]
test_not_orport                                        1 ms  [SUCCESS]
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FAIL: test_established
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Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/travis/build/teor2345/stem/test/integ/client/connection.py", line 66, in test_established
    self.assertEqual(5, int(conn.link_protocol))
AssertionError: 5 != 4
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Ran 5 tests in 0.042s
FAILED (failures=1)

https://travis-ci.org/teor2345/stem/jobs/536613171#L1865

Link protocol 4 is supported by 0.2.9, and 5 is supported by 0.3.1.1-alpha and later: https://gitweb.torproject.org/torspec.git/tree/tor-spec.txt#n1984

#30587 duplicate Saving a file in Tor Browser resets Gnome Files (Naultilus) sort-directoires-first setting tbb-team califuture
Description

I have Gnome Files' Preferences set to *not* "Sort folder before files".

When I save a file using Tor Browser it resets that setting.

Steps to reproduce In Gnome Files' Preferences un-tick the "Sort folder before files" option. Launch Tor Browser and save a file using it (e.g. an image from Wikipedia)

You can see the change happening live if you keep the Gnome Files' Preferences dialogue open. The box gets re-ticked.

You can see similar using dconf Editor if you open it on this /org/gtk/settings/file-chooser/sort-directories-first

This bug might be specific to Wayland?

Strictly this might not be Gnome Files but that's where the issue becomes apparent (it actually seems to be something called gtk file chooser?)

Ubuntu 19.04 Wayland Tor Browser 8.5 (it also happened with the previous version) Gnome Files 3.32.0-stable

#30581 duplicate Tor Browser 9.0a1 Passwords Master Debian 9 tbb-team agnox
Description

Hello, after update > I see deleted all saved passwords and I cannot enter the master password + save my passwords again.

Have a nice days- nights.

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