Nadeem Hasan nhasan at
Wed Jun 11 17:59:00 BST 2003

Quoting George Staikos <staikos at>:

> On Wednesday 11 June 2003 12:42, Benjamin Meyer wrote:
> > On Wednesday 11 June 2003 8:08 am, Nadeem Hasan wrote:
> > > Quoting George Staikos <staikos at>:
> > > > Whoever was playing with the clock, since rebuilding and rebooting I
> > > > now get some sort of weird ugly "plain" clock as opposed to the
> > > > "digital" clock that I had configured.  Furthermore, the "Seconds"
> > > > checkbox doesn't seem to do anything.
> > >
> > > Same here. Plain clock appeares to be messed up.
> >
> > Can you please give me a more discriptive report so I can fix the "messed
> > up" problem?
>   After investigating, it looks like it doesn't switch page properly when the
> config dialog is opened.  It leads one to beleive that the plain clock 
> settings page is the config page for the digital clock.
>    Also, losing the user's old configuration is unacceptable.  We have a 
> migration system for that.  Please create a kconf_update script.

That is a different problem than what I as referring to. I took a look at it 
over the weekend and it looks like the bug is in KAutoConfig. KAutoConfig does 
not handle KComboBox yet. Maybe something Ben can elaborate on.

One more thing I don't understand is why the default fonts are specifies in 
pixel size and not in point size. Ben?

Nadeem Hasan
nhasan at

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