Problem with icons setting on bar in kmail

Frederik Dannemare frederik at
Thu Mar 31 22:15:07 UTC 2005

On Thursday 31 March 2005 22:56, R.P.M.Koendering wrote:
> Hi Frederik,
> On Thursday 31 March 2005 20:09, Frederik Dannemare wrote:
> > On Thursday 31 March 2005 19:20, R.P.M.Koendering wrote:
> > > Kubuntu RC1:
> > >
> > > When using kmail and trying to add new functions to the bar there
> > > is a weird problem.
> Rigth click on kmail top to get the the TOOLBAR MENU > Configure
> Toolbars >
> for instance:
>  --line seperator-- to the rigth (to the toolbar) and click apply
> the line seperator stayas empty, so a second is not possible.
> Please try it out!

I can confirm. The "Current actions:" list is not being updated when new 
actions are added from the "Available actions:" list. This is clearly a 

If, however, you exit the "Configure Toolbars" window and bring it up 
again, the list of "Current actions:" is updated.

Also, if you add an item to the "Current actions:" list and click Apply, 
the toolbar will actually reflect the added button, whereas the 
"Current actions:" list is not showing the added action/button (until 
you re-open the window).

> > What weird problem is that?
> >
> > > Standard KDE  (SuSe and others) but solved by Nyvalls kde3.4.0
> > > rpms for Mandrake 10.2
> >
> > You call SUSE's KDE "standard"? Last time I saw it, it looked
> > pretty non-standard to me. Anyhow, I really don't understand the
> > above sentence. Could you please rephrase?
> KDE download kde 3.4.0 from has the problem Nyvalss/Thacs
> NOT!
> > > Can this be solved for Kubuntu to?
> See the problem and you want the solution too

You're right :)
Not that I actually use the feature myself - I just want it to be fixed 
for others to enjoy. :)

> > It's rather difficult to read your mind. What exactly is your
> > "weird problem"?
> On my mandrake box not a problem on Ubuntu it is both versions with
> gnome and later installed kde or on Kubuntu
> Hope this explains better?

Thanks, it did. You should probably file a bug report via 
<> if you haven't done so already.

Best regards,
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