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Month: December 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] Single-click is the default?

From: /dev/ammo42 <mickeytintincolle@...>
Date: Thu, 22 Dec 2011 20:28:20 +0100
On Wed, 21 Dec 2011 22:48:00 -0800 (PST)
Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...> wrote:

> > > Would somebody please confirm this behavior?
> > I confirm that my KPersonalizer-created profile has
> > adopted
> > single-click as part of the TDE-labeled behaviour profile I
> > chose. Since
> > KPersonalizer accurately indicates whether a profile is
> > single-click or
> > double-click, I think this is fine.
> Thanks.
> Okay, I see the "problem." The "Description" does declare that
> selecting TDE will default to single-click. However, that contradicts
> the patch I referenced where the expected default is double-click.
> I'm not arguing one way or another. :) I'm just testing and observed
> the KPersonalizer defaults do not match the intent of the patch. I'll
> submit a bug report and try to submit a patch to change the TDE
> default in KPersonalizer to double-click. (A person wanting single
> click as the default would choose the Unix option.)
> I see that TDE defaults to a "busy cursor" mouse pointer. There was
> another patch submitted long ago that set the default notification
> mouse pointer to "No Busy Cursor," but I can't find the patch.
> Regardless, when the desktop finally appears, checking the Launch
> Feedback shows "No Busy Cursor." Therefore I think that bug is only a
> typo in KPersonalizer.
> KPersonalizer should be consistent with the referenced patches.
> That's all. :)
The double-click patch affect the kdelibs defaults, and KPersonalizer
generates configuration files. The double-click patch you mentioned
changes the defaults in case there is zero configuration (and no
On the opinion and troll side, I think that such patches that change
KDE3 default policies has no interest except confusing and annoying
former KDE3 users and don't belong anywhere else than in
distribution-specific patches.
> Darrell
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