Seahorse ate my public keyring

Is this a known problem?  Is it fixed?

I am using Seahorse 1.0.1 on Ubuntu 7.04; I see there are more recent
versions of Seahorse available, thought his is what Ubuntu provides
through apt-get.

I was using Seahorse to adjust trust and validity of keys on my ring,
and apparently, when it saved that, it wiped out all the keys in
pubring.gpg, and left a useless pubring.gpg~ of identical size as a
backup (the two files have the same timestamp).

I set up my keyrings using GnuPG 1.4.6.

(It also nuked my own public key, which made signing this message
problematic. d-:)

Chris Maden, text nerd
“If it’s not an American flag, it’s probably a bomb.”
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GnuPG Fingerprint: C6E4 E2A9 C9F8 71AC 9724 CAA3 19F8 6677 0077 C319

Attachment: signature.asc
Description: This is a digitally signed message part

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