app. launcher + scrollbar + stylus (tablet)

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app. launcher + scrollbar + stylus (tablet)

inkbottle
Hi, I want to file a bug at bugs.kde.org:
Problem is, I don't know against what "component".

Here is an example where the problem occur:
In the application launcher (favorites, applications, computer, history,
leave), when the list is too long, there is a thin scrollbar.

What happens is I can't use this scrollbar with a stylus: What happens is
nothing happens.

There is a similar problem with the scrollbar for scrolling through applets
when you want to add a new applet to the panel. Visually similar thin
scrollbar. No way to use it with the stylus.

I don't even know the name of the application launcher; not even sure it is
still called Kickoff.

I would appreciate if you could give me some component name I could file the
bug under, (even if it's not the best one, something I could use for a start)

Best,
Chris

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inkbottle
On Wednesday, July 19, 2017 11:56:06 PM CEST you wrote:

> Hi, I want to file a bug at bugs.kde.org:
> Problem is, I don't know against what "component".
>
> Here is an example where the problem occur:
> In the application launcher (favorites, applications, computer, history,
> leave), when the list is too long, there is a thin scrollbar.
>
> What happens is I can't use this scrollbar with a stylus: What happens is
> nothing happens.
>
> There is a similar problem with the scrollbar for scrolling through applets
> when you want to add a new applet to the panel. Visually similar thin
> scrollbar. No way to use it with the stylus.
>
> I don't even know the name of the application launcher; not even sure it is
> still called Kickoff.
>
> I would appreciate if you could give me some component name I could file the
> bug under, (even if it's not the best one, something I could use for a
> start)
 
I've had some help from #kde:
<https://bugs.kde.org/describecomponents.cgi?product=plasmashell>
I will use that.
Thanks

> Best,
> Chris


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