Re: ksnapshot question. Have I found a bug?

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On Friday, December 23, 2011 02:07:53 AM Thomas Olsen did opine:

> On Friday 23 December 2011 00:03 gene heskett wrote:
> > On Thursday, December 22, 2011 11:59:18 PM Thomas Olsen did opine:
> > > Could it be this bug? https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=258431
> > 
> > From the description, they did a better job of tracing things than I
> > did, but yes, I'd sure say it waddles exactly like that duck.
> > 
> > Configuration issue or more serious?
> 
> I would say more serious. The developer of the "Send to" feature insists
> on a certain workflow which renders the feature unusable for those not
> following that workflow.

I haven't a problem with that, but isn't he in charge of that workflow?  Or 
did he not write the gui that sequenced the steps I took?  Pointing fingers 
at the users just following along in an intuitive way doesn't seem to be 
very productive in terms of user good will.

> I haven't yet found a situation where it works, so I alway just save the
> file when I have taken a screen shot.

I've torn down the setup now, but the pdf is sitting here for when the 
parts get here.  I don't have to have it, likely till after Christmas.  But 
I like to have the tools collected ahead of time so I can proceed from 
start to finish at my own pace, which even at my age is still faster than a 
glacier.  ;-)

Thanks Thomas.

Cheers, Gene
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