On Tue, Feb 19, 2002 at 04:20:51PM -0800, Kamil Kisiel wrote: > On Wed, Feb 20, 2002 at 12:39:22AM +0100, Jens Benecke <email@example.com> wrote: > > Yes. Any one including a textarea widget with "wrap=virtual". The text > > gets wrapped at about twice the actual width of the widget, and this > > makes re-reading the text very painful. > > > > It hasn't always been like this in KDE2, I suspect it got introduced > > somewhere in the 2.1 stage. > > > > For example, www.linuxfaq.de, try creating a new entry there. > > I have also experienced this problem for a while, I am quite sure it got > introduced with KDE 2.2 as I never experienced this problem in KDE 2.1. > Another thing that has been annoying me in the latest versions is that > if there is ever a textarea with animated .gif's on the same page, text > input is *extremely* laggy, sometimes it takes up to a second for a > character I type to be displayed on the screen, and sometimes some > characters seem to just get lost along the way somewhere. I think this > problem was introduced some time in the 2.2.2 packages. I am using TT > fonts with AA, if anyone has a possible fix, it would be greatly > appreciated. AFAIK the bug actually lies with Qt, was introduced there, and will be fixed there in Qt3. The animated .gif thing is a pain in the arse, and I always get bitten on DebianPlanet, but what can I say? Don't use animated .gif's. :) d -- Daniel Stone <firstname.lastname@example.org> <seeS> why did lamont do a postfix for potato? <StevenK> To shut DannyS up, I imagine. <seeS> BUT YOU'RE STILL HERE, lamont has failed us all!!
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