Thomas Zander | 1 Oct 09:04 2002

Re: kword: double click frame feature

On Tue, Oct 01, 2002 at 12:48:15AM +0200, David Faure wrote:
> On Sunday 29 September 2002 23:26, Thomas Zander wrote:
> > A couple of days ago a new feature has been implemented; when you double
> > click a frame on either its frame or using control you get the properties
> > dialog.
> > 
> > While this seems nice; I suddenly have a big problem selecting more then
> > one frame. I used to be able to select the frame behind another by using
> > the ctrl-shift buttons and click twice.
> > Or select both frames by clicking twice.
> > 
> > This has gotten quite hard nowadays..
> 
> That looks like a bug, obviously.
> 
> > I also have a problem that in KDE (which is single click wherever it can)
> > we use double click again.
> 
> Hmm? Double-click in KWord or any other text editor (or even line edit), and 
> it'll select a word. Are you going to revert that too?
> The single-click vs double-click debate is for common actions (like, opening
> a directory in a file manager). But there's nothing bad in having "advanced"
> actions bound to double (and even triple) click, is there?

No, you are right :)

I was just searching for more reasons.

Anyway; I don't know how to fix the above mentioned behavior and keep the double
click functionality. The only option I see is to revert it.
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David Faure | 1 Oct 10:17 2002

Re: kword: double click frame feature


On Tuesday 01 October 2002 09:04, Thomas Zander wrote:
> Anyway; I don't know how to fix the above mentioned behavior and keep the double
> click functionality. The only option I see is to revert it.

Why? Aren't the bugs you mention all fixable by "not opening the frame dialog
upon Ctrl + double-click"? i.e. testing for the modifiers, in that new double-click code.

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David Faure | 1 Oct 10:28 2002
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Anyone interested in writing a KDE book?


If so, please answer to him directly.

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Date: Tuesday 01 October 2002 10:13
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To: <faure <at> kde.org>

I work for a publishing house and were are in the process of conceptualizing various
books on Linux. We are looking for prospective authors.
Would you be interested in writing or reviewing books ?
thankyou
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Werner Trobin | 1 Oct 12:03 2002
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[Bug 26937] show filename when hovering over the "save" option in the toolbar

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No idea if that makes sense, but if we want to do it we have to do it in the 
koffice libs -> reassigned
Werner Trobin | 1 Oct 12:06 2002
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[Bug 40731] Create a document with a name in command line with koffice app

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owner | 1 Oct 12:17 2002
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[Bug 48320] build system doesn't return error when libs missing

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*** Bug 48206 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Werner Trobin | 1 Oct 12:24 2002
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[Bug 46990] ./configure does not check for libfam but build process dies

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Do you remember which parts of KOffice needed libfam? I don't know of any... 

Ciao, 
Werner
Werner Trobin | 1 Oct 13:39 2002
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[Bug 48320] build system doesn't return error when libs missing

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------- Additional Comments From trobin <at> kde.org  2002-10-01 13:39 -------
Hi! 

I added a check for libxml2, that the xslt filter won't be compiled in case 
libxml2 is missing. I have no idea if this also fixes the case when only some 
headers are missing, so I'd be interested in feedback. 

Ciao, 
Werner
Piotr Szymanski | 1 Oct 16:41 2002

Re: Anyone interested in writing a KDE book?


David Faure (Tuesday 01 October 2002 10:28):
> If so, please answer to him directly.
What should this 'kde book' be about?
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Daniel Stone | 2 Oct 01:59 2002
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Re: Anyone interested in writing a KDE book?

On Tue, Oct 01, 2002 at 04:41:26PM +0200, Brother Piotr Szymanski preached da werd, yo:
> David Faure (Tuesday 01 October 2002 10:28):
> > If so, please answer to him directly.
> What should this 'kde book' be about?

KDE, duh. ;)

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