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Thank you
Walter Sams

On Wednesday 24 March 2004 10:51 am, Dow Hurst wrote:
> Walter,
> I am running RedHat 9 with KDE 3.1-12.  The Kaddressbook is version 3.1.  I
> find that if I add a contact filling every slot with info that:
> I must do File Save to keep it.
> When the program is closed and reopened, that the info is displayed for all
> entries in the display window but that the editor window only shows the
> default numbers relating to drop down menu value for the phone entries. 
> What I mean is that Home, Work, and Mobile are the defaults for the editor
> to display.  I have to manually change the drop down to WorkFax to show in
> the editor the WorkFax number.  However, the main display does show all
> values.
> I don't really see the problem, however it is an extra move to select the
> WorkFax entry in the editor.  But, since you've got it displayed in the
> main window it isn't a big deal.
> You'd need to add a box for the WorkFax in the editor or edit the
> ~/.kde/share/config/kaddressbookrc file if possible to change the dropdown
> menus default entry values.  I don't know if that is possible as my rc file
> doesn't show a values for the editor pane.
> Dow
> Walter Sams wrote:
> > not really a "Linux" question  but... :)
> >
> > I am having trouble with the KDE address book.  The phone number
> > boxes in the contact edit screen do not seem to "stick" when
> > I put a number in. IE  if I assign a number to fax and using the drop
> > down list for placing the numbers tell a box to display the
> > fax number and save it, I find that when I close the program and
> > come back to that contact, the phone number will not be in the
> > box where I put it.  It is still stored in the phone number list
> > just not on the main contact edit screen.
> >
> > I tried contacting the KDE help line at kde.org, but so far
> > no one has been able to respond.
> >
> > Can anyone suggest possible cures or another kde  help list to turn to?
> > Is there an online source of documentation for kde that is better than
> > the help files that pop up from the help line?
> >
> > we use kde 3.1.0 on a mandrake 9.1 os
> >
> > Thank you
> > Walter Sams
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