Version: 4.0.1 (using KDE 4.0.1)
Installed from: Debian testing/unstable Packages
I can not close krdc with either File -> Quit, CTRL-Q, or the close window "X".
I have to end up killing from command line.
Please tell me the value of "DoNotAskBeforeExit" in your KRDC config file.
(located at .kde/share/config/krdcrc or .kde4/share/config/krdcrc)
Here is the contents of the file:
~/.kde4/share/config$ cat krdcrc
[MainWindow Toolbar krdc_address_toolbar]
[MainWindow Toolbar krdc_remote_view_toolbar]
Ok, thanks. I see the problem. You have clicked once on the quit confirmation "No" and also "Remember". This way the quit confirmation does not get shown anymore and you cannot close KRDC.
I know this is a problem. Need to think how to solve it best. Any ideas?
Workaround: just remove the line "AskBeforeExit=false" in your config file. Should solve your problem.
I changed the line to "true" instead of false.
Now it closes fine and there is no pop up asking to close.
Which for me is just fine.
SVN commit 776798 by uwolfer:
Fix problem that KRDC could not be exited anymore because user has clicked 'No' and 'Remember'. Just provide a 'Quit' and 'Cancel' button.
M +5 -5 mainwindow.cpp
WebSVN link: http://websvn.kde.org/?view=rev&revision=776798