kloecker at kde.org
Sat Jan 15 00:07:47 GMT 2005
On Friday 14 January 2005 19:35, Dave Feustel wrote:
> On Friday 14 January 2005 01:21 pm, George Staikos wrote:
> > On Friday 14 January 2005 13:25, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> > > On Thursday 13 January 2005 04:00, George Staikos wrote:
> > > > What's wrong with copy? And for that matter cut and paste?
> > > > They're usable in forms.
> > >
> > > yes, but a web browser is not an editor as its primary focus.
> > > therefore there is no need for those buttons to be in the
> > > toolbar.
> > >
> > > in fact, in the new HIG i hope to see agreement on not having
> > > cut/copy/paste in the toolbar of any window who's primary
> > > function is not editting text or graphics.
> > Perhaps not cut/paste, but copy is probably one of the most used
> > tools in a browser's toolbar, other than back/forward.
> I use(d) drag-n-drop even more frequently, but it no longer works in
> kmail 1.6.2 (KDE 3.2.3). I now have to copy, then paste to move text
> around That definitely slows me down.
I hope you've reported this bug long ago when 1.6.2 was the latest
stable KMail version. It would be good to know whether the problem is
still reproducible with KMail 1.7.2 (KDE 3.3.2) and/or KMail 1.7.91
(KDE 3.4 Beta1).
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