I currently use t-bird with an nntp account pointing to gmane to read
this list and sereral others. Does kde have an nntp client program of
any sort? I don't see it as a possible new account type in kmail. Also,
search with kpackagekit yields nothing with "usenet" or "nntp" that is
I've reported this problem 2 years ago:
The problem is still present in F15 KDE Spin. ¿Could we please find some
kind of solution? Again, I'm willing to help in any way, but I think that
this problem must be priorized by the KDE SIG, especially since Anaconda
devs have stated that they will not fix the problem (see comment 6).
Kevin Kofler suggested to create a kdialog wrapper. Is it possible? I think
even I can help with that part of the solution.
Christian González G.
Good day all,
Just wondering if this is just me or if anyone else experiences this, when I
click on the far left button or right click on a window title bar, the menu
which comes up, comes up in the top left corner of the screen.
No matter were the window is on the desktop it always appears at the top of
the screen, yet when I press Alt+F3 on the keyboard is shows in the right
I thought this might have gone away in 4.7 but its still there.
anyone else see this?
In Fedora 16, I have noticed for a number of weeks now that whenever Ilog
in, there are launchers on the task bar for konqueror and dolphin. I have
tried repeated to get rid of them, but every time I log back in, they are
How can I get rid of them once and for all?
From the gnome 3 shell in rawhide and F16, when I use k3b or dolphin, I
cannot activate buttons with the mouse. I can select the button, but
then have to press the enter key to activate the button. For menu
items, I can select and activate with the mouse. Mouse and keyboard are
on an USB kvm switch. Don't see this with previous versions of Fedora.
Asked on the desktop list some time ago and was told to ask on kde list.
Anyone else seeing this? I am willing to enter a bz, but against what?
in today's updates, there is a package called smokegen and some associated
bindings for kde and qt. What is smokegen? I see it is not being installed by
default, as required by a regular update from kde 4.7.0.
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Since I installed F15 (keeping my F15 /home) I have been seeing a
several-second hang in Konsole, then this message. I thought that
perhaps it was seeing my keychain configuration, and trying to get
keychain started, but I didn't install keychain at first. Keychain is
now installed and I expected all to be well. Unfortunately it isn't.
Now, when I start Konsole, my shell hangs without displaying a prompt.
If I ^C I then see the message as above. So far I haven't identified
any error messages obviously related to this. I could use some help
in knowing what to look for and where.
The only thing I can see that I don't understand is
Sep 28 16:22:45 tosh rpc.idmapd: nss_getpwnam: name
'anne(a)lydgate.lan' does not map into domain 'localdomain'
I think this is unrelated, though I'd like to know what is causing that.
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I have set up the kde resources to use the address.vcf file and set up
When I open kaddressbook, the contact list is scrambled.
This is in kde-4.7.1 (was also the case in kde-4.7.0) on Fedora 16.
Thanks for the work on 4.7.1. Sadly I have to report that for me KMail2
is still unusable. I had a lot of problem with conflict reports, some
of which would accept a reply, but by about the third report would cause
I seem to have got past that, for the moment, but am suffering from the
known problem of multiple copies of messages. Last night it went mad -
one message climbed quickly to 60 copies before I killed KMail.
It's also proved rather unstable. Once something has upset it, it has
crashed over and over, usually before I can get to whatever it was that
it disliked. I've had to resort to trying to spot its problem, then
tackle it (usually by deleting unwanted copies of messages) in Thunderbird.
I'll persevere for a day or two, but I may have to revert in the end.