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Month: April 2016

Re: [trinity-users] One more KMail config question

From: Kate Draven <borglabs4@...>
Date: Mon, 11 Apr 2016 15:42:49 -0400
On Monday 11 April 2016, Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Monday 11 April 2016 07:20:48 Lisi Reisz wrote:
> > On Sunday 10 April 2016 16:26:46 Gene Heskett wrote:
> > > However I can't say that clicking on the abc icon  (in KMail) ever
> > > refused to spell check.
> >
> > No, nor for me.  Works every time.  What keeps turning itself off, and
> > I have to keep turning it on again, is the red underlining as I type,
> > which I only found out about recently, and which I find very useful.
> > The trouble is that I don't always notice immediately that it isn't
> > working.  No red *could* mean no typing errors - it does happen
> > occasionally! - if I even remember it at all.
> >
> > Lisi
> I am so used to its not working that it doesn't alarm me when I see no
> red, but here its never been underlined.  That is a relatively minor
> detail in comparison to the unknown hot key enabling of html formatted
> output.
>  know when it happens because of the screen flash I see out of the corner
> of my eye about 10% of the time. Its a full screen refresh just as you
> get when you discover its on because there more icons to the right of
> the encryption multi selector.  I suspect its something involving my not
> reaching far enough for the left shift key, and pressing both it and the
> ctrl key just below it.  These K360 keys are square topped and vertical
> sided keys, which discourage being hung up like keytops with slanted
> sides having a piece of metallic cuttings from the lathe or milling
> machine, following the slant down into the key frame, then because the
> key sides are slanted, wedging the key down.
> And since we can drive the machines given axis with keys in addition to
> writing the code for complex operations, the X & Y is by the arrow keys,
> Z being page-up/page-down on the mill, having one of them jammed down
> usually equals a damaged/broken tool or damaged part, usually both.
> Cutting tools I can buy, for 10-50 dollars, replacement parts can be
> worth even more, so stuck keys are to be avoided at all costs.  I use
> this same keyboard here in the house just so I don't have to relearn it
> when I go to the machines to do something.  And I just found a place to
> buy skins for this keyboard, which should even save things if I spill a
> cuppa on them, which has also happened in the past.
> But I have not been able to deduce the third key that completes this
> hot-key combo.
> And thats why I am pleading now, for a way to remove that html enabling
> hotkey.
> Please people, where is it?
> Thanks.
> Cheers, Gene Heskett

Ok reread. Hotkey combos. Open kcontrol, go to keyboard shortcuts and search 
there for it. I can't say I've seen one.

Good Luck,