Description of problem:
The symbols sidebar doesn't behave correctly. Lower symbols are hidden behind
lower symbol groups. See attachment.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open Kile.
2. Open the symbols sidebar.
3. Navigate in different groups.
I updated today to the latest Kile package using yum.
Created attachment 288151 [details]
Describes the problem.
Just to make sure: And with 1.9.3 it worked?
I can't reproduce this here (Fedora 8, i386, kile-2.0-1.fc8, tried both
Bluecurve (what I normally use) and Plastik (which appears to be what you're
using) themes), it works fine for me.
(In reply to comment #2)
> Just to make sure: And with 1.9.3 it worked?
In 1.9.3 symbols were in different sidebar tabs, not grouped into one tab.
(In reply to comment #3)
> I can't reproduce this here (Fedora 8, i386, kile-2.0-1.fc8, tried both
> Bluecurve (what I normally use) and Plastik (which appears to be what you're
> using) themes), it works fine for me.
I posted it in the FedoraForum to make sure if it happens only to me, but I have
got already one confirmation:
I use GNOME, but the problem exists also if to open it in the KDE environment.
Also the problem stays if to use other KDE themes or if to delete the Kile
config file in the home directory.
Regardless, I doubt there's anything here that's fedora-specific, so I think it
would be best to engage kile's upstream developer(s) here. Peeter, please
follow the advice at
and report your issue(s) to
When/if you do, please let us know, so that we can continue to track the issue
Thank you so far! Here is the link to the report I posted there:
Thanks, we'll continue to track this upstream.