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Re: [trinity-users] Migration to F16-Trinity_Konqueror

From: Patrick Serru <patrick@...>
Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2013 23:28:28 -0500
Le lundi 07 janvier 2013, François ANDRIOT a écrit :
> Le 05/01/2013 02:54, Patrick Serru a écrit :
>>        Hi All,
>>
>> I think that there is a problem while expanding sélection of files in
>> Konqueror. Ctrl+"left"click add the clicked file, Shift+"left"click
>> expends the sélection with all the files between the previously clicked
>> file to the clicked file.
>>
>>         It should work like in the mails section of the main KMail
>> window, should'nt it? So, is it settable feature or a bug?
>>
>>        Thank you
>> Patrick
>>
> 
> Hello,
> the behaviour you describe seems normal to me ? At least, it has always 
> been this way in all file managers I've used so far ...
> 
> What difference with kmail do you see exactly ?
> 
> Francois
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      Merci François,

      For me too, it has always been so, from Mac128 upto windows XP. Why 
does not it work so in my TDE-F17 Box???

      I suppose that XOrg is involved, again. Because when I select a text 
and then press Ctrl+C, the text is well copied in the clipboard, but 
deselected! Not in Firefox, of course. I mentioned too that at one moment 
(finalizing installation / configuration ?), the clipboard was treated the 
same way it was in the very initial KDE version: unpracticable! This has 
disapeared after reboot, and I've never seen it since.

      An other (XOrg?) problem: after a new window has been open, I have to 
click 2 times on the kxkb (supposed) icon in the taskbar to change the flag 
to american, then back to spanish, so that the keyboard is properly 
interpreted as Spanish. Note that the toggeling rule (Règle de basculement) 
was "Global". I try now to configure it to have only the spanish option, 
and will tell you later if it changed anything.

      Thank you and cheers
Patrick