torvalds at linux-foundation.org
Sun Sep 8 09:57:16 UTC 2013
On Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 1:53 AM, Michael Andreen <harv at ruin.nu> wrote:
> If the file is opened through FIle->Open then auto-complete works for me, but
> if it's opened on startup as default dive file then auto-complete is broken.
I can confirm.
And while testing this, I found something else odd.
You start editing the name, and it fails to auto-complete. So you
press "Undo" and then "^Q", and then subsurface does nothing at all.
It should just quit. It doesn't.
Then, ten seconds later, it quits with
QClipboard: Unable to receive an event from the clipboard manager in
a reasonable time
and it seems to happen 100% of the time, but you have to do one very
- open the file from the command line or using the default filem
- In the "Buddy" field, remove the old name, and start trying to
auto-complete a new one. I did "Di<tab>" which *should* auto-complete
to Dirk, but doesn't.
- the <tab> made it go to the Notes section
- Press "Undo" to undo the failed edit
- do ^Q to quit
*Bam*. 10s delay.
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