[tomboy-list] a question
sanfordarmstrong at gmail.com
Sun Jan 2 14:04:06 PST 2011
On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 11:26 AM, Vasiliki Gkouta <vgkouta at csd.auth.gr> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I use the tomboy a lot, and recently I noticed something that seems like
> a bug but I'm not quite sure if it really is. I work on Ubuntu Desktop 10.10
> edition. The problem: When I search for a word or a phrase in the search
> bar, it is highlighted in every note where it does exist. This is ok. If I
> close the program ( all the open notes and the basic window with the note
> categories ) and open it again, then the word/phrase for which I've searched
> before is still highlighted in the notes where it exists.
You're actually not closing the program in this case. Closing all
Tomboy windows does not cause it to quit. That's why reopening the
note still has the find bar active.
Perhaps we should change this feature so that after you close a note
and reopen it, the find bar should go away. Feel free to file a bug
for this in GNOME bugzilla.
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