Bug ID: 405483
Summary: Editing an alphabetically sorted list assigns the new
value into 2 fields instead of 1.
Platform: Gentoo Packages
Target Milestone: ---
If you first alphabetically sort the word list by clicking the column name and
then edit a word in the list after doing that, then when the list is
alphabetically rearranged after you hit enter the word you just entered is
assigned into the next field too, assigning it into 2 fields instead of 1,
which deletes a word that was not meant to be deleted in the field below the
one you were editing by overwriting it with the new word you just put in.
STEPS TO REPRODUCE
1. Make a wordlist.
2. Click into the column name box which reads "Column 1" by default.
3. Edit a word in the list and hit enter.
Both the field you were editing and the one below it gets the new value. This
deletes the other word from the list by assigning it the same value as the
field above it which is the one you were editing.
Only the field you edit should change.
KDE Plasma Version: 5.14.5
KDE Frameworks Version: 5.54.0
Qt Version: 5.11.3
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