The fixes named there have to do with scim. There is no trace of scim on
my system either between running processes or input methods available in
I bet that it's tied to KDE.
Yes, probably. I just found that the issue is also reproducible with
Firefox Save as... dialog. Opening and closing File Type combo makes
file name non-editable. However, it is not reproducible e.g. in Firefox
Preferences > General where there is also a Combo and Text field.
It is similar with LibreOffice Writer: Reproducible with Save as... but
not reproducible with e.g. Options... > LibreOffice > Colors.
Reproducible also with Pidgin > Buddies > Add Chat. Opening and closing
Group combo makes Channel name non-editable.
But it is not reproducible with the Account combo in the same dialog.
Opening and closing the Account combo leaves Channel name editable.
The problem seems to be limited to GTK dialogs in KDE.
After searching with proper key words I found it here
The important message is that it was fixed in gtk 2.24.12 and 3.4.4.
Thanks for your assistance,
On 2012-09-27 12:23, André Dietisheim wrote:
I'm running FC16 with cinnamon (GTK based). I definitely cant reproduce
what you show in your screencast. I bet that it's tied to KDE. Is this
here maybe related?
On 09/27/2012 11:48 AM, Peter Palaga wrote:
> Hi André,
> Please have a look at the screencast: http://youtu.be/wfBlrF28qp8
> On 2012-09-26 16:34, André Dietisheim wrote:
>> Hi Peter
>> I could actually not reproduce that. Could you please screencast it so
>> that I can double-check I do exactly what you're telling me to do?
>> On 09/26/2012 03:44 PM, Peter Palaga wrote:
>>> Ladies and Gentlemen,
>>> I was not able to find any sign of this bug on bugs.eclipse.com
>>> I am experiencing it since Eclipse 3.7.
>>> Probably, it is Linux or even KDE specific.
>>> Does anybody know if it is filed somewhere?
>>> Could please anybody try to reproduce it under Gnome, Mac or Windows?
>>> Steps to reproduce:
>>> (1) File > New > Java Project
>>> (2) Open the dropdown menu of any combo box (there are three of them
>>> there) either by mouse or keyboard. Close the dropdown menu in any way
>>> (focus out, select an item or hit space)
>>> (3) Focus the Project Name text field and try to type some character.
>>> UNEXPECTED: No char appears in the text field.
>>> Reproducible also in other dialogs, e.g. SVN Commit, Git Create Tag,
>>> (i) Paste some text into the text field (use either context menu of the
>>> text field or middle-click)
>>> (ii) Cut some part of the text in the text field away (select by mouse
>>> and context menu > Cut)
>>> After (ii) the text field accepts keyboard events again.
>>> Note that (i) is necessary only if there is no text in the text field.
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