Posted Dec 19, 2011 22:59 UTC (Mon) by rqosa
In reply to: attacks
Parent article: Razor-qt 0.4 released
> For example, alecs1 had opened a bug about accelerators in KDE that I've mentioned: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=286375 with the expected RESOLVED:WONTFIX resolution.
Was his bug report really about the same issue that you had discussed here? I don't think so. It looks to me like what he was asking for in that Bugzilla entry (which was "more of a feature request" than a bug report, according to him) was for KDE4's SystemSettings to be able to display the global shortcuts registered by non-KDE4 applications (specifically Amarok 1.4, a KDE3 application). I doubt that KDE's shortcuts configuration applet has ever been able to show shortcuts for non-KDE apps (including apps for earlier versions of KDE than the version the shortcuts applet belongs to). Whereas, the way I understand it, the bug you reported here was that KDE4's Klipper registers Ctrl+Shift+Insert as a global shortcut, but that shortcut doesn't show up in the "Settings and Gestures" module in System Settings. So, what he reported in KDE's Bugzilla was completely different than what you reported here.
For what it's worth, I can't reproduce the bug as you described it on my KDE installation. You said that pressing Ctrl+Shift+Insert would "show the clipboard ring", but nothing popped up when I press that key combination. I tried it in a GTK3 application (Audacious), in a GTK2 application (gxine), in KDE4 Konqueror with WebKit, and on the desktop (i.e. with all windows minimized); in the GTK apps, it does nothing, whereas in Konqueror/WebKit it did nothing except for when typing in a textarea, in which case it appeared to treat it identically to Shift+Insert and performed a "paste".
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