Version: (using KDE 4.0.3)
Installed from: SuSE RPMs
When a user works with the normal view and realises that he needs a new view to do something (if one would not like to use it, on ewould not open it) he clicks on the "split-view" and a new view opens, yet is not focused.
As a result, if the user for example wants to use the speedbar, aka places, or the folder-tree, he has to focus the new view before he can click the place. Otherwise the current view, would get that change and if the user finished the action, e.g. pasting the vopied files into a dir, clicking the "remove view" button would close the view that represents the state before the "split".
Good idea, I'll fix this :-)
SVN commit 803984 by ppenz:
Assure that after "Split View" has been executed, that the second view gets the focus instead of the first view.
M +6 -1 dolphinmainwindow.cpp
WebSVN link: http://websvn.kde.org/?view=rev&revision=803984