Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 410331
Navigator toolbar reappears after unchecking, icons reversed
Last modified: 2008-11-26 10:13:29 EST
Description of problem:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
When I open Kontact, the Navigator toolbar appears on the left side, just to
right of the strip of similar navigation icons; the icons on this toolbar start
from the bottom of the screen and proceed upwards, exactly the reverse of the
regular navigation icons; if I reset the position of the toolbar to the top, the
navigator icons proceed from the right of the screen to the left; if I uncheck
the Navigator toolbar and close Kontact, then reopen it, the Navigator toolbar
appears once again, in whatever position it was in before I unchecked it last
every time I start up
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start Kontact
2. Close Navigator toolbar
3. Restart Kontact - the toolbar will reappear in its last position before being
unchecking the use of the Navigator toolbar should kill it permanently until
manually rechecked in options
icons in the toolbar should proceed from left towards the right if top/bottom
placed, or from the top of the screen downwards if oriented vertically
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Does this still happen with kdepim 3.5.10? If it happens on F8, it certainly happens on F9 too given that the kdepim there is the same.
(In reply to comment #2)
> Does this still happen with kdepim 3.5.10? If it happens on F8, it certainly
> happens on F9 too given that the kdepim there is the same.
This has been fixed for some time. I'm not on my machine at the moment, so I can't tell you what version I'm running, but, this was fixed some time ago.