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    Default Select text deleted when switching applications

    Hey,

    I'm running KDE on opensuse 11.2. I have the following issue. If I select some text in an application, then switch to another application and back to the first application, the text I had previously selected is deleted.

    Don't have a clue where to start looking, so any help would be really appreciated.

    Cheers,

    Benoni

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    palladium NNTP User

    Default Re: Select text deleted when switching applications

    > Don't have a clue where to start looking, so any help would be really
    > appreciated.


    i think i saw the answer to this just a few days ago, somewhere in
    these fora...suggest you use the advanced search function
    <http://forums.opensuse.org/search.php> and see if you can find the
    answer...i think there is a switch in Control Center or Personal
    Settings..

    *or* maybe it is a new 11.2 bug, i don't now recall..

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    Default Re: Select text deleted when switching applications

    Hi,
    do you have scim-bridge-qt installed?

    Code:
    rpm -qa | grep scim-bridge-qt
    try removing it if you have it installed
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    Default Re: Select text deleted when switching applications

    Yeah I have scim-bridge-qt installed, but I kinda needed it. Bit difficult to write Chinese without

    I had a good look through the forums, but couldn't find anything about this. Maybe wasn't looking hard enough.

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    palladium NNTP User

    Default Re: Select text deleted when switching applications

    > I had a good look through the forums, but couldn't find anything about
    > this. Maybe wasn't looking hard enough.


    i can't find it either, but i know i didn't dream it...and, i'm just
    about positive there was a work around given...sorry..

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