[kde-linux] [opensuse-kde] Re: Deleting the Selection

Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. bss at iguanasuicide.net
Fri Jul 10 14:53:23 UTC 2009

In <200907100736.17853.sven.burmeister at gmx.net>, Sven Burmeister wrote:
>Am Freitag, 10. Juli 2009 03:39:54 schrieb Boyd Stephen Smith Jr.:
>> 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.
>There was somebody on IRC and he reported that it happened because of him
>(not) using SCIM as input method. I cannot remember the details though.

I have the little SCIM applet in my systray, but I don't really need 
different input methods on this system.  I'm... what do you call a person 
that only speaks one language?... an American.  ;)

I have 3 input methods other than English/Keyboard: da-post, vi-tcvn, cmc-
kbd, but using any one of them actually causes me more trouble than it would 
alleviate.  I'll fiddle with some SCIM settings and see what's up.
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