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    Emit currentKeyChanged() signal even if it is already set · 12e4b81f
    Ingo Klöcker authored
    If the key that is set with setCurrentKey() became the current key by
    changes in the underlying model (i.e. because it happens to be the item
    at the current index), then no signal was emitted. This triggered
    an update problem in the key approval dialog noticed after the previous
    This problem is fixed by this change because on all model changes
    updateWithDefaultKey() is called which in turn calls setCurrentKey().
    GnuPG-bug-id: 5283
keyselectioncombo.cpp 17.5 KB