Linked by Jordan Spencer Cunningham on Tue 1st Sep 2009 22:10 UTC, submitted by rexstuff
KDE In sync with its release schedule, the KDE team has released KDE 4.3.1, the latest and greatest in the KDE line. This monthly release includes fixes for many outstanding bugs, including several crash fixes, and support for transferring files over ssh via KIO::Fish. Those who use KDE can wait for it to be updated on its own or can always download it themselves. On a sadder note, a family member of one of the developers on the team recently passed away; this release is dedicated to her. "KDE 4.3.1 is dedicated to Emma Hope Pyne, the daughter of Michael Pyne. Emma Hope suddenly passed away last week. The KDE community feels incredibly sad about this loss and wishes Michael and the family and friends all the strength needed to cope with the loss of Emma Hope." Our best wishes go out to Michael and his family.
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ParanoidAndroid
Member since:
2006-03-26

Thanks for not having the ability to set Ctrl+Alt+A as a shortcut for the terminal for over a year. Just keep adding new stuff

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mgl.branco Member since:
2009-07-22

You've said it: "My pet bug...". As far as I'm concerned adding that is not such a top priority.

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ParanoidAndroid Member since:
2006-03-26

It's not about "adding" it but finally "fixing" it. And there are multiple bug reports about this, the whole keyboard system seems broken since 4.0. Ctrl+Shift+Tab to switch workspaces does not work either as another example.
I don't want new stuff I want the old stuff to work like it should.

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zegenie Member since:
2005-12-31

Well, what do you know - I just did it.

I also can't find the bug report you're talking about - could you post a link to it?

Edited 2009-09-02 10:55 UTC

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yfph Member since:
2009-09-03

*yawn*

right click kmenu->menu editor ->system ->terminal ->advance and set whichever keyboard shortcut you want. (mine: ctrl-meta-A).

methinks you haven't tried kde 4 for awhile.

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zegenie Member since:
2005-12-31

Which is probably why he/she hasn't bothered answering either ;)

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ParanoidAndroid Member since:
2006-03-26

Try Ctrl+Alt+A and observe... nothing

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