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Peter Albrecht
Problem is solved!
It was a bug in intel's X11 video driver (version 2.20.13).
See https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=444258 - Jan 13 2013
Since a few weeks, I have problems with "ugly radiobuttons" and rounded pushbuttons.

Screenshot: http://imgur.com/SqpIC

As far as I investigated, I would say it is not a bug in QtCurve (works well on other installations). But maybe with your knowledge about GTK-theming, you could give me a hint, where to start hunting this bug.

More details about this problem at: http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-p-7219960.html - Jan 12 2013
Qalculate

Plasma 4 Extensions by matteo81 88 comments

Another feature request:
It would be nice if there was an option to automatically clear the input line of previous inputs.

2 ideas:
- When setting focus to the input-field after activating via keyboard-shortcut or click an the widget area, you could select all the input. This way by typing a new formula, the old text will automatically be overwritten

- If used in a panel, you could add an option "erase input line, when widged closed/hidden"

I'm using widget version 0.7.2 with KDE 4.3.1. - Nov 08 2009
Qalculate

Plasma 4 Extensions by matteo81 88 comments

forgot to mention: I'm using qalculate plasmoid 0.7.2 with KDE 4.3.1 - Nov 08 2009
Qalculate

Plasma 4 Extensions by matteo81 88 comments

Works in "normal life", thx!

But the focus is not set to the input field (after activating via shortcut), if you used the plasmoid "show the desktop" to minimize all application windows. No idea, why! - Nov 08 2009
Qalculate

Plasma 4 Extensions by matteo81 88 comments

I love the feature of sci-calculators/qalculate-kde, printing how Qalculate is interpreting my input.
Example:
I enter "5 + 3 * 16 ^ 2 + 7 / 9"
And Qalculate prints "5 + (3 * (16 ^ 2)) + (7 /9)" beneath

I would imagine that there is somewhere a function in sci-libs/libqalculate around returning this string. So implementing should not be a big problem.
Maybe an extra option in settings dialog "[ ] show interpreted input".

BTW: The package names are from gentoo portage. - Nov 08 2009
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Jan 12 2013