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Address book plugin

Is it normal that when I add an entry, There's only the fullname that is 
saved? All other information that I want to add is not saved.

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Address book plugin

Is it normal that when I add an entry, There's only the fullname that is 
saved? All other information that I want to add is not saved.
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Savoir-Faire Linux

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Wido Depping | 29 Jun 00:34 2005
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Re: Address book plugin

On 6/28/05, Jean-Philippe Barrette-LaPierre
<jpbarrette <at> savoirfairelinux.net> wrote:
> Is it normal that when I add an entry, There's only the fullname that is
> saved? All other information that I want to add is not saved.

Hello Jean,
I was able to reproduce the error you get and fixed this. The next
version of Luma will contain this fix. As a workaround, you can create
a new entry with the name only and add the other values later.
If you feel brave enough you can do the changes yourself. It's only a one-liner.
Open {INSTALL_PREFIX}/lib/luma/plugins/addressbook/AddressbookWidget.py.
There is line 78 with the content 'def saveContact(self):'. Insert the
line 'self.addressWidget.updateValues()' after that, with the same
indentation as the lines below (using tabs). After that Luma should
work alright.

mfg.
  Wido
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