[kmymoney] [Bug 390467] Save as defaults to encrypted with no way to not encrypt

Jack bugzilla_noreply at kde.org
Wed Feb 14 19:53:17 UTC 2018


Jack <ostroffjh at users.sourceforge.net> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
           Severity|normal                      |wishlist

--- Comment #1 from Jack <ostroffjh at users.sourceforge.net> ---
Same behavior with git head 5.0 branch.  However, there are a few things I
missed with the initial report.

Even though I cancel the save, by clicking "No" at the encrypted save warning,
KMM actually does save the file unencrypted.  

So, I see two separate bugs, but both less important than it seemed at first.

1) there should be a way to tell KMM not to encrypt, either before you save at
all, or on the save dialog.  I realize we cannot add anything to the Frameworks
file select dialog, and popping up an separate dialog first could seem
annoying.  However, if the KMM configuration is set to not encrypt, then it
probably should not be made the default here, unless somehow explicitly

2) on the warning pop-up
 a) the title (I just see "Store GPG enc...ed -- KMyMoney ?" is too wide for
the window shown, and
 b) the buttons Yes and No might be correct for whether or not to save
encrypted, but they do not indicate that saying "No" still saves unencrypted,
it doesn't cancel the save, as I thought.

I have changed this to a wishlist instead of bug, although I'm not really sure
what the best change would be.  (Perhaps as simple as changing the last
sentence of the warning from "If unsuer, answer NO" to "If unsure, answer NO,
and the file will be saved without encryption."

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