On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 7:57 AM, Timothy Pearson <kb9vqf@...>
> Timothy Pearson wrote:There are a number of API calls that GTK applications can make to set up
>> I have just committed a slew of bugfixes to kgtk-qt3, including a couple
>> that should fix the problem you are experiencing.
> Out of curiosity, what caused the bug (Chrome cannot save files, but
> other applications can) and what was the fix?
the open/save dialog. Basically kgtk-qt3 was unaware of two of them, so
it was not able to set up the dialog useably for GTK applications which
used those API calls, such as geany and Chrome.