Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 87610
mouse settings not saved
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:52:33 EDT
From Bugzilla Helper:User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Konqueror/3; Linux)Description of problem:I would like to set my mouse to "singel-click"When I select "single-click to open files and folders", from the KDE Control Center, this setting is not stored (yes I also click on "Apply") As soon as I close the options window and re-open the window, the setting is lost as if the choise was cancled. However it seems that the system remember "single-click". It is confusing though that the setting is not shown in the settings window.Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):redhat-config-mouse-1.0.1-2 (or is it: mouseconfig-4.26-1 ?)How reproducible:AlwaysSteps to Reproduce:1. Open KDE Control Center > Peripherals > Mouse > Advanced2. Choose "singel click to open files and folders"3. Close window4. Re-open window (as 1. above) => the setting seems not to have "taken" Additional info:I use a regular RH8 installation an a IBM 600 Laptop
Reassigning to kdebase since this setting comes from the kde control center.
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Closing as CANTFIX.