Version: (using Devel)
Installed from: Compiled sources
KDE 4.2.85/Qt 4.5.1 as shipped with Mandriva cooker.
Open google.com; enter some search term (like "HDA Intel"). Google displays drop down list of possible completions. If I now try to select from list using cursor keys (key up/down), I can only select every second entry - i.e. it looks like both KeyDown and KeyUp events are interpreted as key press.
This is definite regression to 4.2.2 which worked fine.
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Still valid in 4.3RC3 (4.2.98).
i can confirm this behaviour (Ubuntu 9.10, 4.3.2).
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Workaround: If you need to perform a single step: Press cursor key, but don't release it. Now the selection moves by a single step. It is now possible - while still pressing the cursor key - to select the entry with <Return>.
SVN commit 1089665 by ggarand:
always accept key events here. It's the end of the road : we don't
want notify() to let them percolate to the view as we already went there.
fixes arrow down keypress skipping entries in google's main search page
M +5 -2 khtmlview.cpp
WebSVN link: http://websvn.kde.org/?view=rev&revision=1089665
Thanks, Germain for fixing this bug :) keep it up.
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