Text in tabs being cut off

Benjamin Meyer ben at meyerhome.net
Thu Jul 10 19:31:01 BST 2008

On Jul 10, 2008, at 12:53 PM, Michael Leupold wrote:

> Am Mittwoch, 9. Juli 2008 schrieb Lubos Lunak:
>> On Tuesday 08 of July 2008, Girish Ramakrishnan wrote:
>>> I thought qt-copy was for "immediate" hot fixes that
>>> we want immediately during development. And the fix is arriving in  
>>> the
>>> next patch release (and we know the tab bar fix is coming only in  
>>> the
>>> next minor release). I might be completely off in my understanding  
>>> of
>>> the purpose of qt-copy here...
>> Not completely, but you are (assuming this is still about qt-copy/ 
>> patches
>> and not just qt-copy itself). I originally created qt-copy/patches  
>> because
>> back then I got tired of trying to push patches through qt-bugs and I
>> wanted a place where such patches could be collected and shared. So
>> basically qt-copy/patches is for Qt patches that should be in Qt  
>> but are
>> not, for whatever reason.
> I agree with what Lubos said. My intention in providing that patch  
> is that at
> least there will be a place for distributions to pick it up and  
> distribute
> it. This should be done for patches we consider safe. AFAIK there  
> are several
> distributions which pick up patches from qt-copy.

Sidenote: It is very annoying when patches are put there that don't  
have a Qt or KDE task id.

-Benjamin Meyer

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