Version: (using KDE Devel)
Compiler: gcc 3.2.2
Everytime I open kword it asks me to select a file to start it or creating a new document from a template but %90 of times I want to just fire up kword and start to write. So I shouldnt be need to see first dialog.
Most of software having these kind of dialogs just puts a checkbox on this dialog like "Dont show this dialog again." . So I think kword ( in general all koffice applications ) need a this kind of a checkbox to disable first file dialog.
It is like the bug/wish 56756, isn't it ?
The best solution would be to imitate the cute startup dialog box of Qt designer
(with that famous checkbox "do not show this dialog again").
I don't know if someone modified the dialog box, I tried to modify it -
Subject: Re: First File Select Dialog should be able to turn off
i have also been looking into it, the dialogbox itself is the smallest
problem. the real problem is, that exactly that dialogbox is used in all
koffice programs, and not only in the case of initially starting the program,
but also when you select file -> new... in the program and when you select
insert -> object frame -> any application.
so the problem is i couldn
Implemented on CVS. Thnx!