On Wed, 2003-12-17 at 18:32, Jeroen Wijnhout wrote:
> On Wednesday 17 December 2003 18:47, Martijn Kuipers wrote:
> > Hi,
> > > > Just press Ctrl+Shift+B and then select with your mouse. To select
> > > > normally ... the same steps.
> > >
> > > I tried this allready, but it doesn't do anything (I keep selecting r=
> > > Is this a bug, maybe? I'm using Kile 1.6.
> > With me the problem is that it doesn't really react on the shortcuts. I
> > often have to press them a few times, before it works.
> > This is in Kile, but not in Kate.
> Or, the keyboard short-cut is redefined... Are 100% sure the "Block selec=
> mode" is checked in the Edit menu?
A nice way to check is whether the status bar down right shows NORM or
Next time it shows up I will run top. I think it might be more the
kernel (2.4.21-144-default), rather than Kile or Kate or whatever ...
More precise, I guess it is other processes fighting for the cpu. Next
time maybe top will tell.
> > I ran Kile 1.6 on my (standard) SUSE 9.0 machine (ftp-installation),
> > running KDE 3.1.4.
> Same here, really can't reproduce it.
I just tried again and can't trigger it either.
Where can I find more information on creating plugin modules for kile /
What are good ways to "talk" to kile from another program?