Version: 1.2 (using KDE KDE 3.4.90)
Installed from: Gentoo Packages
When showing more than a handful of journal entries, the window isn't big enough. A srollbar should appear so that all entries can be seen.
In the summary view?
I suppose... It's hard to tell which frame is called what.
In Journal mode, when I select a day in the calendar, the rightmost frame will show the journal entries for that day. This is where the scrollbar is needed.
It's possible to select more than one day, in which case all those entries are shown. The frame is sure to overflow.
(another thing: when are the journal entries saved? I just had a crash and lost several. I'll open another report if this is a real bug.)
Then it's not the Summary view.
Same issue on Fedora Core 4, KDE 3.5 - very annoying.
Note, though, Kontact shows Journal entries in the List view of Calendar, if you happen to use Kontact...
This problem is still there on 3.5.3 ;-(
I just had to delete a couple of journal entries because of this issue, in order to recover a more important one :-/
Please make the journal view scrollable.
*** This bug has been confirmed by popular vote. ***
Reassigning all KOrganizer bug reports and wishes to the newly created
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SVN commit 624681 by lunakl:
Finish what r307993 was trying to do - when there are too many
entries in the journal, make a scrollbar appear.
M +2 -2 kojournalview.cpp
--- branches/KDE/3.5/kdepim/korganizer/kojournalview.cpp #624680:624681
@@ -49,11 +49,11 @@
QVBoxLayout*topLayout = new QVBoxLayout( this );
mSV = new QScrollView( this, "JournalScrollView" );
- topLayout = new QVBoxLayout( mSV->viewport() );
mVBox = new QVBox( mSV->viewport() );
mSV->setVScrollBarMode( QScrollView::Auto );
mSV->setHScrollBarMode( QScrollView::AlwaysOff );
+ mSV->setResizePolicy( QScrollView::AutoOneFit );
+ mSV->addChild( mVBox );
// mVBox->setSpacing( 10 );