[Konversation-devel] [Bug 266262] Konversation will not pass data
ninja660 at hotmail.com
ninja660 at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 14 23:47:33 CET 2011
--- Comment #4 from <ninja660 hotmail com> 2011-02-14 23:47:33 ---
I am using Ubuntu 10.04 using the standard desktop install so there is nothing
unique about my system that would cause this to be computer related issue. It
is either Konveration of Ubuntu which is not passing the link/data properly.
Normally, I cut & paste to Open Office just fine as well. This is a recent
version of Ubuntu as it was a net install and there were no failures according
to the system logs or boot logs. I was also surprised that when I pulled the
install for Konversation it pulled the mySql installer (core) and other
components. I am using Synaptic to pull from the Ubuntu repositories and they
have not been altered from the install. So, that leads me to the issue it
*has* to be on konversation not the system. I am running Firefox beta 10 too
(which was in the build - so that could be the problem too.) I've had strange
encounters with Firefox Beta on Windows too. BTW, Firefox was not closed
when trying to cut/paste from Firefox - Konversation would not even see the
data that was cut from Firefox yet Open Office did - so i know the data was
> From: hein at kde.org
> To: ninja660 at hotmail.com
> Subject: [Bug 266262] Konversation will not pass data
> Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2011 16:32:01 +0100
> Eike Hein <hein at kde.org> changed:
> What |Removed |Added
> Status|UNCONFIRMED |RESOLVED
> CC| |hein at kde.org
> Resolution| |WORKSFORME
> --- Comment #1 from Eike Hein <hein kde org> 2011-02-14 16:31:55 ---
> Sorry, but this is likely to be some kind of problem on your system that is
> unrelated to Konversation. Konversation relies on basic Qt functionality to
> handle copy and paste, I personally paste text from Firefox in Konversation
> probably around 60-80 times per day, and there have been no other reports of
> such a problem - given Firefox' popularity, it's very unlikely nobody would
> report this if it were a systemic, application-specific problem.
> One thing does come to mind: You may not know that in the X Window System, the
> application you copy from is responsible for handing over the data on paste.
> This means that when the application you copy from is quit before pasting, it
> won't work. KDE has an application called Klipper, auto-started by default
> (shows up as a tray icon), that papers over this by assuming responsibility for
> the data when you copy, in effect becoming the application that hands over the
> data on paste. Other desktop environments have equivalents. If you don't have
> Klipper or one of these equivalents running it may account for what you're
> seeing if you quit Firefox before pasting.
> I'm going to close this as WORKSFORME now, as the propability of this being a
> Konversation problem is near-zero and you're better off not hanging your hopes
> on this ticket but rather researching other causes.
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