Version: 1.0 (using KDE 4.6.4)
I enabled "Allow encryption with untrusted keys" in the main options of kgpg.
If I then open the editor of kgpg in order to encrypt a text, in the "Select Public Key" dialogue the option "Allow encryption with untrusted keys" is also enabled but the untrusted keys are NOT listed in the available list of keys until I disable and enable the checkbox "Allow encryption with untrusted keys" in the dialogue manually. Then the keys are listed.
Steps to Reproduce:
- Enable "Allow encryption with untrusted keys" in the main options of kgpg
- Start the kgpg editor
- try to encrypt a text in the editor to an untrusted user
- Keys of untrusted users are not available until you manually disable and enable the checkbox "Allow encryption with untrusted keys" in the "Select Public Key" dialogue of the kgpg editor
Untrusted keys should be visible
OS: Linux (x86_64) release 18.104.22.168-vanilla
SVN commit 1242767 by dakon:
immediately honor encryption with untrusted keys setting
Make sure the proxy model gets the information right from the beginning if
those keys are allowed for encryption or not.
M +1 -1 branches/KDE/4.6/kdeutils/kgpg/selectpublickeydialog.cpp
M +1 -1 branches/KDE/4.7/kdeutils/kgpg/selectpublickeydialog.cpp
M +1 -1 trunk/KDE/kdeutils/kgpg/selectpublickeydialog.cpp
WebSVN link: http://websvn.kde.org/?view=rev&revision=1242767
Git commit cc2362ff645ca5e85d1344eed70409c166a1a95e by Rolf Eike Beer.
Committed on 30/06/2017 at 19:02.
Pushed by dakon into branch 'Applications/17.04'.
Immediately honor encryption with untrusted keys setting
The previous fix was incomplete as it did not move the connect() to the right
Thanks to rkfg for the patch.
Related: bug 381820
M +2 -1 selectpublickeydialog.cpp