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Bug#208267: marked as done (Pressing "enter/return" in text window occasionally causes all windows to be rearranged)

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Version: 3:3.2.1-2
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Occasionally, while working in any sort of text window (eterm, konsole, even mozilla), pressing the carriage return will cause all of the windows on my KDE desktop to either "Unclutter" or "Cascade".  Sometimes, another window will grab the focus as well.  It will even switch the focus to another desktop every now and then.  It's very random, so I'm afraid I can't define an exact behavioral pattern, but it only seems to happen when I press "enter".  Needless to say, it's extremly annoying.

I just upgraded to kde 3.1.3-1 out of Sid and I've noticed the same behavior with versions 2.4.21 and 2.4.22 of the linux kernel.  All of the kde components on my machine are from Sid.

-Sean Eidemiller (rseidemiller@cs.millersville.edu)

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From: Chris Cheney <ccheney@cheney.cx>
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I believe that this bug was fixed with the kdebase 3.1.4-1 upload. I am
unable to reproduce it. If you can still reproduce it with the new
kdebase please let me know and/or reopen the bug.

Chris Cheney

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