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    • Daniel Vrátil's avatar
      Allow only one recipient per line in RecipientsEditor · a84cfe5d
      Daniel Vrátil authored
      For the opportunistic encryption we want to show an icon next to
      each recipient showing status of the encryption key we are going
      to use. It is however not possible to put multiple icons mid-text
      into K(Q)LineEdit, only at the beginning of the line which is a
      problem if there are multiple recipients in a single line. The
      RecipientsEditor already jumps to next line automatically when you
      hit select a contact from autocompletion, so this patch applies
      the same behaviour to manual input as well. Just typing a comma
      (or semicolon) or pasting a comma-separeted list of recipients
      into the recipient edit will automatically split the input to
      multiple lines, having one recipient per line.
      
      Differential Review: https://phabricator.kde.org/D2313
      a84cfe5d
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