Description of problem:
kworldclock is showing local time no matter where you move the mouse, not seeing it in redhat 8, only in redhat 9
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
KDE: 3.1-10 Red Hat
KDE World Clock: 1.5
I had other people running redhat 9 load kworldclock and they saw the same thing.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. run kworldclock
2. move your mouse around the world
3. notice the time never changes.
Though I'm not prone to crying when my software is broke, I am experiencing the
i confirm this bug. assigned to correct component
Tested by morte in #fedora-bugweek - apparently it works on current
rawhide so this bug should probably be considered closed. Please
reopen if you can trigger it on current rawhide.
It got fixed in upstream kde:
Any idea when this fix is going to be put in the Fedora Legacy updates
It will most likely never be fixed as it is not a security issue.
it's a mild annoyance in a minor package.