pupeno at kde.org
Fri Dec 20 07:23:36 GMT 2002
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Currently the bell configuration is stored as follows:
Peripherals/System Bell stores UseSystemBell (bool) in kdeglobals, group
General and the pitch, volume and length in kcmbellrc.
Peripherals/Accessibility (kcmaccsrc, the old one) stores everything in
kaccessrc, including UseSystemBell, leading to a conflict. A simple grep told
me that nobody opens kcmbellrc, I might be wrong.
As I'm working in the Accessibility module, I wanted to correct this problem
and I thought about two posible alternatives.
Store everything in bellrc (why kcmbellrc ?) or store everything on
kdeglobals, or some part in kdeglobals (the main bools) and the rest in
Remember that there is configuration for System Bell (if it's used or not,
pitch, volume, lenght), Custom Bell (if it's used or not, sound to be played)
and Visible Bell (if it's used or not, flash or invert, if flash, color of
flash, and length).
I think all in bellrc leads to a more clean solution.
The same will happen to Mouse and Keyboard (some things are stored in
kcminputrc and other in kaccessrc AFAIK).
Anything that is choosen, I can make the necesary changes in the whole KDE.
Pupeno: pupeno at kde.org
KDE Accessibility co-maintainer
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