From: Eike Hein <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Last-Update: Mon, 20 Sep 2010 12:35:44 +0200
Origin: backport commit:0a5bc983c817c24783b9578b0ed236bc3a9c3645
Subject: [PATCH] Work around bug 217592 (the infamous cursor disappearing act).
The underlying ongoings are that there are two widgets involved,
the KTextEdit and it's viewport(), both of which KCursor installs
an event filter on, which on keypress events sets a blank cursor
on the KTextEdit. On a FocusOut event, such as occurs when the
paste warning KMessageBox is spawned and assumes focus, KCursor
then calls unsetCursor() on it. Qt's behavior however seems to
have changed in such a way that unsetCursor() doesn't affect the
KTextEdit's viewport(), which QTextEdit originally set the I-Beam
cursor on. So we do it manually here. But in the end either the
Qt behavioral change has to be addressed, or KCursor has to be
equipped to deal with it, since this obviously can happen in all
KDE apps (and does, as seen in bug 231177).
src/viewer/ircinput.cpp | 3 +++
1 files changed, 3 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)
@@ -505,6 +505,9 @@ bool IRCInput::checkPaste(QString& text)
QString bytesString = i18np("1 byte", "%1 bytes", text.length());
QString linesString = i18np("1 line", "%1 lines", lines+1);
+ // Work around bug 217592.