Version: 2.1 (using KDE KDE 3.1)
Installed from: SuSE RPMs
It would be nice if the tags user unfriendly tags %u, %y and %f in the
printer dialog header and footer tab would be replaced with a dropdown meny
that shows the available options (%u, %f etc) to the user.
The current functionality is nice, but not user friendly => hope to see it
become user friendly in the future.
Using Mandrake 9.1, with mandrake 3.1 RPMs, "WhatsThis" doesn't work in the print
Shift-F1 works in kwrite itself, but appears to have no effect within the printer
Fixing this might resolve the report above.
Subject: Re: printer dialog header footer settings
On Wednesday 14 May 2003 15:38, John Vickers wrote:
> Using Mandrake 9.1, with mandrake 3.1 RPMs, "WhatsThis" doesn't work in the
> print dialogue box:
> Shift-F1 works in kwrite itself, but appears to have no effect within the
> printer dialogue.
Mh, using a sane window decoration, you will have a "?" button in the title
bar of the dialog, which activates whatsthis mode.
I have completion on my TODO, but it needs to work for parts of strings, so it
takes a wee bit of thinking...
I *may* be willing to add a menu to chose from at some point
Git commit d05f15c9e3ea2c55aba05666b9b11ebe7bf50f84 by Dominik Haumann.
Committed on 11/08/2011 at 14:29.
Pushed by dhaumann into branch 'master'.
print: add placeholders in context menu of header & footer
Now, there are several ways to know that placeholders are available:
1. use What's This on the line edits
2. use context menu > Add Separator...
That should be enough.
M +60 -0 part/utils/kateprinter.cpp
M +1 -0 part/utils/kateprinter.h
Thanks for fixing this bug / feature request.
It's nice to see that bugs gets fixed especially when they are old (this one was reporte 8.5 years ago on KDE 3.1) :)