derek at pointerstop.ca
Thu Jul 16 20:19:26 BST 2009
Steven Vollom wrote:
> On Thursday 16 July 2009 02:20:52 am Nils Kassube wrote:
>> Steven Vollom wrote:
>> > Does Kmail have the configuration option to include the "delete" key?
>> > I could not find it. Thanks! I wish to eliminate some items even
>> > from trash.
>> Try Shift+Delete or setup your own shortcut.
> Not to beat a dead horse, but is there a way to get it to show as an
> option on the menu?
Look, that's not what you asked for...
> Right now, I have that feature on my Dolphin App and
> it is nice. When I want to just delete anything without going to trash, I
> just click on delete.
and _that_ has nothing to do with menus. You want an action that happens
when you press delete, and we told you how to do that.
KDE apps generally don't give you a way to add menu options (simply at least
- iirc, it was always possible to do it via dcop, and should still be
possible via dbus), but this IS an existing command in KMail - it simply
doesn't have a menu entry.
> It is nice. When I move a movie to the trash, I have to wait for
> transfer of the data. Delete is better for things you want gone now and
> permanently. Thanks! I can live without it, but I love it in Dolphin.
So just do what we suggested. It would be so much easier if you'd actually
try what we suggest _before_ coming back with followup questions.
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