[KPhotoAlbum] global shortcut conflict
Jesper K. Pedersen
blackie at kde.org
Sun Jun 14 09:20:39 CEST 2009
On Friday 12 June 2009 18:57:14 jedd wrote:
| Since no one's going to tell me what's wrong with the MySQL
| backend .. I've since powered on with the XML approach.
Its just not finished yet. Lack of time from Tuomas's side I'm afraid.
| Not sure if it's native to KPA, or one of the Debian enhancements
| (suspect the former) but there's two global shortcuts set for rotating
| an image - ctrl+shift+left-cursor / ctrl+shift+right-cursor.
Wow, I wouldn't even know how to assign a global shortcut, neither as
developer nor as user.
I greped the source code for rotate, and found a few instances, but non with a
keybinding as the one you described.
I would guess this is a user error.
| I have no idea why this is a global shortcut, but it caught me out
| a few times (hard thing to track down) when I was editing a file
| on another desktop, and would pop back to KPA later and notice
| that a bunch of my files had been rotated.
| It also blocks KDE from letting you select words at a time, of course,
| and I'd been tracking down funky Logitech G15 Keyboard conflicts,
| upgrades to xorg, etc.
| Oh my.
| Anyhoo, now it's mentioned on-list for anyone else that might be
| experiencing weird and whacky behaviour.
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