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- Mar 27 2017, 4:49 PM (233 w, 5 d)
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It is related in the following way:
The Gpg4win installer creates these context menu actions through the component GpgEX.
The Gpg4win installer does not support Windows XP anymore.
Thu, Sep 9
No support for Windows XP anymore.
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Just for the record, Kleopatra and Gpg4win work totally fine for me on Windows-11 preview.
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AllowSetForegroundWindow did not work but the code from pinentry works even without the minimize / raise. The minimize raise is only required for the proper input focus and a nice animation for pinentry but the QWindowsWindowBehavior is already sufficient.
I am pretty sure that an AllowSetForegroundWindow in the kuniqueservice_win implementation in Kleopatra will alleviate this issue. Since we pass a double click on a file which has foreground window permissions to the existing process which at this point may not have foreground window permissions. If this still does not help we can do the minimize / maximize trick.
Ingo, I have tested this on Windows with NV Access and was able to symmetrically encrypt and decrypt a file with closed eyes. I went through the windows explorer context menu to select sign & encrypt on selected files.
Can you also do some more tests on Linux ( I do not know how to properly enable a screenreader there ) and if you find anything ugly fix it.
Aug 3 2021
Ah, of course, the solution for T2368 does not work for archives. So Kleo would need to stat all files first to get an idea of the size of the tar archive to set a size hint.
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We really want thunderbird users that interact with GPGME to have a great and stable user experience, but the problem with dynamic loading and self compiled versions is that we cannot really know the build settings and enviornment and it is very time consuming to reproduce that. GPGME does some very low level things for optimized IPC that can depend on build options etc. This is why I am mostly in favor that thunderbird ships a defined version that we can debug and see the settings.
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Jul 1 2021
Very cool, I like it especially that you avoided a popup and used that action mechanism.
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I have received a convincing report that Kleopatra crashes when encrypting or decrypting Folder structures > 30GB. So I need to at least test this, too.
Jun 11 2021
maybe related is that the problems only occured when I had enabled draft encryption.
Jun 10 2021
Jun 9 2021
There seem to be two parts to this problem. One is the encryption side where gpgtar reports "file has grown" on large files and then the crash when Kleopatra decrypts.
Jun 4 2021
Works. My initial tests also failed because on Windows 64 the registry value has to be placed in the WOW6432NODE
Apologies,.. I used ctags on read_w32_registry_string and that jumped me to build-aux/speedo/w32/g4wihelp.c which has a read_w32_registry_string that does not expand....
Now I found the w32-reg.c in common which looks completely fine.
Jun 2 2021
Hi Werner, I need this for a potentional customer. And generally I need this in config, too. because in support we have to send customers configuration files which they do not need to edit and variables are important because of file system permissions. But most immedialtely I need this for homedir registry.
May 28 2021
Yes. This is not a backend issue. Kleopatra can determine if it has connection to the keyserver but the issue is about that Kleopatra should determine that and indicate that.
May 27 2021
Yeah, but cbiedl's issue is about something like that in Kleopatra for "users".
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May 20 2021
Ha! This would have affected Kleopatra if we followed werners suggestion to use default. But in Kleo I decided that I needed to show my users what the default is so we do not use default in this case.
May 19 2021
I just talked with werner about that and he told me that GnuPG can return the fingerprint. And I also mentioned to him that kleopatra really assumes that a Fingerprint is always set for a valid key object.
I have allowed myself to edit this task to more reflect what this is about. Although the error is of course in my opinion more of a bug because it is so bad but I would rather fix it with this feature.
I actually agree that this makes sense. I mean at least Kleo could say: "Hey we have detected 50 files that are encryped in this folder tree, do you really want to decrypt them all?"
Should have linked the commit with a patch for Gpg4win here: 22bc52775bdb I mostly needed that as an immediate fix for someone testing with ldap servers a lot.
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