On Tue, 16 May 2006 17:11:53 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> __/ [ Roy Culley ] on Tuesday 16 May 2006 17:04 \__
>> begin risky.vbs
>> <1984238.OTvti0TzV9@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Roy Schestowitz
>> <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>>> __/ [ William Poaster ] on Tuesday 16 May 2006 16:03 \__
>>>> For those who are interested, KDE 3.5.2 is now available for SuSE
>>> Given what I have seen in the KDE newsgroup, I would strongly
>>> discourage that. If you want to be part of an experiment, suit
>>> yourself. Just make sure it is installed a test box of yours, for your
>>> own benefit. Also, make use of the bug report system rather than use
>>> support forums.
>> genlop -n kde
>> * kde-base/kde
>> Sat May 13 19:13:44 2006 >>> kde-base/kde-3.5.2
>> Working like a charm so far. In any case, with Gentoo I can revert to a
>> previous version at xdm login time.
> Most recently:
> See if it happens to you as well. You can probably reproduce these errors.
Unfortunately the OP wasn't clear on just what he meant. Furthermore he
didn't state which distro he was using, nor which release.
However what he would *appear* to mean is this (which is *not* an error
or a bug):
When composing an email you enter an email address in the "TO" dialog
box, & a second "TO:" immediately appears below it in the composer.
This box does *not* contain a copy of the email address, but it can be
changed to "CC" or "BCC" or it can simply be left blank.
To my knowledge this has been around since SuSE 9.2, & there is a
workaround if people find it annoying:
Edit your kmailrc config file, and under the [Composer] section of the file
add the following line: RecipientsEditorType=0
It was originally reported as a bug to Bugzilla, but I don't recall the ID
SuSE 10.1 GM