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Bug#403314: marked as done (kdict docked in the vertical panel does not show input field)

Your message dated Mon, 22 Feb 2010 02:42:51 +0100
with message-id <201002220242.51661.ewoerner@kde.org>
and subject line kdict bugs in Debian bugtracking
has caused the Debian Bug report #403314,
regarding kdict docked in the vertical panel does not show input field
to be marked as done.

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Package: kdict
Version: 4:3.5.5-3

I'm using Debian Etch and KDE. I can use kdict normally when launched from command line (i.e., $ kdict). When kdict is docked on the panel as an applet (i.e., right click on the panel -> Add Applet to Panel -> Dictionary), the icon shows up on the panel. I can click on it to activate the input for defining a word, but *the text is not displayed as I type.* Once I finish typing the word and type enter, the window pops up with the correct dictionary entry.

It seems the problem only occurs when the kdict is docked on the panel which is configured vertically on left or right side of the desktop. When the panel is placed at the top or the bottom of the desktop, the kdict icon doesn't show up but the input field is always shown in the panel. Since I'd like to place the panel vertically, I hope kdict works in that configuration without the tiny glitch as well.


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The bugs you reported are closed because kdict is no longer developed

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