Compared to other applications, e.g. dolphin, kmail2's shift-delete (delete without throwing in the trash) has a confirmation dialogue where the wrong button has the focus.
Even worse: in old versions of kmail2 it was inverted.
This is rather dangerous, as users updating from an older version or using other KDE applications are used to the other default: the confirm button has input focus, not the abort button.
Steps to reproduce:
1) have a mail in kmail2
2) have the shortcut for deleting the e-mail active
3) press that shortcut
in the dialogue that pops up, the "abort" button has the focus
What I expect to happen:
the confirm button has the focus, as in other KDE applications, as in older versions of kmail
Still valid in last version ?
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(In reply to Laurent Montel from comment #1)
> Still valid in last version ?
Appears to have been fixed, thank you :)