1. 29 May, 2020 1 commit
    • Maximilian Schiller's avatar
      Fix konsolepart segfault when closing after showing context menu · 1d7142ed
      Maximilian Schiller authored
      Assign the _view as the parent to the KXMLGuiFactory because the
      factory is referencing the view widget as its associated widget. Since
      the TerminalDisplay gets destructed first this is now a dangling
      pointer. If the view is set as the parent the factory gets cleaned up
      correctly.  Also cleanup the created clientBuilder after destruction
      because it can't have a parent and would probably leak memory.
      BUG: 415762
      FIXED-IN: 20.08.0
      See also !87
  2. 28 May, 2020 2 commits
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  13. 28 Apr, 2020 4 commits
    • Kurt Hindenburg's avatar
      Do not show "Search for" if web shortcuts are disabled · 1b08f305
      Kurt Hindenburg authored
      Before showing menu, check System Settings to see if user has disabled
      "Enable Web shortcuts".
      BUG: 417048
    • Kurt Hindenburg's avatar
      Remove unused variable · b35a13e5
      Kurt Hindenburg authored
      Missed removing in 0aaa53db
    • Gaston Haro's avatar
      Cursor thickness follows font size · 2a488506
      Gaston Haro authored
      Before this patch cursors (bloc, i-beam, underline)
      were always drawn with 1px lines. They are now
      adjusted to follow the font size.
      BUG: 397986
      Test Plan:
      1. Open Konsole
      2. Go to Edit Profile and set various font sizes and weights
      3. Also mix the different cursor types
      4. The cursor width should follow the font size and not
         remain always 1px wide.
    • Ahmad Samir's avatar
      [TerminalDisplay] Change the mouse cursor shape back to beam on leaveEvent · 474886db
      Ahmad Samir authored
      Test case:
      - press Ctrl and hover on a link, the mouse cursor changes to a hand,
        click the link and a browser or text editor ... etc is launched
      - if you have focus stealing prevention set to low or none, the launched
        app could cover the terminal window and the mouse cursor will be stuck
        at the hand shape, even when the mouse cursor enters the konsole window
        again, until you hover on a link again