Version: 1.3.2 (using KDE KDE 3.1.2)
Installed from: Compiled From Sources
Compiler: gcc 3.2
When doing a calculation that involves a lot of numbers, it is very handy to use a calculator that has a paper tape. As you enter each number and press the plus key (for a sum), the number prints on the tape with the operator next to it. This type of calculator is often used by accountants, for example.
I wish KCalc had a menu item that would let me turn on a paper tape.
have you guys thought the history could be saved to a text file ?
why not a quick mail function :)
A history is almost mandatory to check what you have written
12 years later can we have this please ? It's useful.
I have used kcalc in its simple mode for years. It's perfect for me except that it does not have an adding machine tape or history. Please add this.
The only Linux calculators I have found with this feature are very complex and cluttered for my needs. There is no simple alternative that I could find.
*** Bug 406739 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
A possibly relevant merge request was started @ https://invent.kde.org/utilities/kcalc/-/merge_requests/20
(In reply to Bug Janitor Service from comment #6)
> A possibly relevant merge request was started @
See above merge request. Feedback required :)
the merge requests looks good to me.
Fixed by Antonio Prcela with https://invent.kde.org/utilities/kcalc/-/commit/6ede51d19231237aeafad518668608664055a18a in KCalc 21.12!