Version: 1.2 (using KDE 3.3.0, compiled sources)
Compiler: gcc version 3.3.3 [FreeBSD] 20031106
OS: FreeBSD (i386) release 5.2.1-RELEASE
It would be nice if KGPG could add to the appearance configuration different colors for full trust and marginal trust.
It seems like it that right now, marginally trusted keys get the same color as expired keys, and the same is true for keys that are simply unknown.
I think good defaults would be:
Full trust: green
Marginal trust: greyish mint
I think it would also be usefull to be able to see where the trust comes from. Something like: you trust this key because it is signed by mr.X, who's key you signed.
I've talked to Henk Penning about possible trust path graphing options. I'm not sure how much time I have and whether the algorithms/online services are fast enough, but it it's feasible I'll think about adding a detailed path view to Kontact/KGPG. Slightly getting offtopic for this wish though.
Which I should just fix myself.
Not only is it the same color for marginally trusted keys and disabled keys; when selecting 'hide expired/disabled keys' from the 'view' menu, it also hides marginally trusted keys.
I agree in the colors proposed.
Implemented in SVN, will appear in KDE4
*** Bug 88853 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***