On Sat, 2007-01-27 at 11:27 -0800, Travis Snoozy wrote:
> Quick bug report:
> 1. Set up Revelation to automatically open an existing file on startup
> 2. Start Revelation
> 3. Click in the text label area ("The file 'foo' is encrypted. [...]")
> Expected:
>   Nothing should happen; it's a read-only label
> Actual:
>   Cursor focus goes to the text field
> This may affect other instances of that window as well; I haven't
> tried.

This would affect all dialogs, and is intentional - it is to make it
easy for people to copy/paste the text if they need to. It is also
required by the GNOME Human Interface Guidelines:

"Make both the primary and secondary text selectable. This makes it easy
for the user to copy and paste the text to another window, such as an
email message."

Erik Grinaker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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