+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #182776 +++
Version: 1.4.0 (using 4.2.00 (KDE 4.2.0), Kubuntu packages)
OS: Linux (i686) release 2.6.28-6-generic
This may apply to all header columns in Kontact I don't know, I didn't want to try in case I lost them too.
It started with trying to drag widen the columns in the Akregator sources pane and the column order somehow got changed. I could not restore the default column order no which way, by dragging them back across or otherwise.
I decided to use the hide or delete columns feature and then restore them all again. So I hid all of the columns and the columns header bar then totally disappeared and I cannot find any way to restore it or the columns again.
Original closed as a duplicate in error. Apologies for that - the two attached screenshots and comments #3,#4 described the resizing problem but
were not at all relevant to the original report.
i have the same problem here. Is there any way to get the header back.. ????? even by modifying some config file by hand ?
Another related problem:
I moved the date column to the very left. Then while selecting other feeds from the feed list the column disappeared (could be that more column reordering actions and a restart of the application is necessary to trigger that problem).
> Is there any way to get the header back.. ??
Yes, just delete the "ArticleListFeedHeaders=" and similar lines from akregatorrc and restart (the application :)).
By the way, these lines look suspicious, e.g.
I doubt that this is a valid value.
Possibly KDE4 has a problem with it configuration system.
While their is a workaround for getting headers back, it should not be possible to hide _all_ columns in the first place.
Should be a one liner to fix that.
@ comment#2: No, there isn't a problem - the values seen in the configuration file are as expected. This is the Base64 encoding of the header state, from QHeaderView::saveState().
> Should be a one liner to fix that.
I don't think there is an one-liner to prevent people from resizing columns to zero. But it would be possible for the menu, yes.
SVN commit 990009 by otrichet:
Ensure that at least one column is always visible
M +19 -1 articlelistview.cpp
M +9 -1 subscriptionlistview.cpp
WebSVN link: http://websvn.kde.org/?view=rev&revision=990009
*** Bug 201720 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***