[kde-linux] [opensuse-kde] Re: Deleting the Selection
Boyd Stephen Smith Jr.
bss at iguanasuicide.net
Fri Jul 10 01:39:54 UTC 2009
In <200907091100.49114.bss at iguanasuicide.net>, Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. wrote:
>In <200907090118.35505.shaforostoff at kde.ru>, Nick Shaforostoff wrote:
>>On Четверг 09 июля 2009 01:08:14 Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. wrote:
>>> A. (Must be a KMail user)
>>> 1. Start kmail or kontact. (If using kontact, switch to the Mail
>>> 2. Choose "Settings" -> "Configure KMail..." from the Menu Bar.
>>> 3. Click on any identity.
>>> 4. Prepare your eyes, you must watch the next dialog quickly.
>>> 5. Click "Modify..."
>>> OMGWTF! It auto-selected and deleted my "Full Name".
>>> Again, can anyone confirm? Perhaps this is fixed in 4.3; I'm still
>>> using 4.2.x on both openSUSE and Debian.
>>does this reproducible for you on your both machines?
>I'm thinking it must be some hidden configuration issue. I'll try
> creating a new user and seeing if the behavior persists. I will report
I created a brand-new user. Then, I logged in to KDE 4.2 on the openSUSE
machine. I was greeted with the new-user information about SUSE and KDE
4.2. I closed that window.
I opened konqueror, and browsed to www.google.com.
I opened konsole.
I double-clicked in the konqueror address bar to select all that text.
I clicked the konsole window.
I clicked the konqueror window.
My selection was DELETED!
So, I can confirm it is NOT one of my personal user settings.
I'm thinking I should file a bug @ bugs.kde.org. Does anyone have any
suggestions for what I need to include in the bug report?
I can reproduce this *perfectly*. It happens *every* time mouse focus
changes and I have sometime selected in an editable field. This extends to
the KMail compose window, so it is not *just* a QLineEdit/KLineEdit problem.
Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. ,= ,-_-. =.
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