--- Comment #6 from wincak <> ---
Turns out this is not a trivial thing to achieve because the information is
displayed using several QLabels in a grid layout and you cannot select text
across more QLabels.
Simply printing all the info newline-separated in a single QLabel (like in
KAboutApplicationDialog) gets the selection to work, but you can't get such
nice centered alignment.
Using a QTableWidget also doesn't look right - different background colour,
Creating a special "copy info" button really might be overkill, also you don't
always need all the info.
So is the right solution to somehow use a single QLabel with formatting tags
(like in the "USB Devices" page)?

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