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- Dec 7 2021, 3:55 PM (93 w, 4 d)
Fri, Sep 22
Encryption to the ADSK seems to work but I'm not sure if everything is displayed as expected.
How about adding "-2" to a document where before _signed already was in the name, i.e. foo_signed.pdf -> foo_signed-2.pdf and so on: foo_signed-3.pdf, ...
works with VS-Desktop-18.104.22.168-beta214, too.
You are now informed that you do not have permissions to write there.
For VS-Desktop-22.214.171.124-beta214 this does not work yet. If a keystub exists, it is not overwritten.
Kleopatra now shows:
Thu, Sep 21
works in 22, too (tested with VS-Desktop-126.96.36.199-beta214)
Does not work yet on VS-Desktop-188.8.131.52-beta214:
Tested in VS-Desktop-184.108.40.206-beta214 by encrypting a large file with Kleopatra. The progress bar shows percentage finished, progress looks all right
I've added a footnote in the VSD user documentation regarding this difference as a very minimal measure and a reminder for support.
Could we then clarify this for the user somehow? Maybe both
a) add "Sign/Encrypt Folder" to the default menu bar - it would need an icon added for that, too
b) make it clear in the documentation
Wed, Sep 20
For clarification: encrypting a file via Kleopatra (not GpgEX) with unicode characters in name works, only the folders don't
This is as intended, in Kleopatra you either encrypt files or folders (via File-> Sign/Encrypt Folder).
Tue, Sep 19
Mon, Sep 18
Tested on the command line with
- a previously valid certificate after setting its root certificate to untrusted
- a expired certificate without the root certificate in the certificate list
With Gpg4win-4.2.1-beta31 I can no longer import the secret part of the Edward.Tester Testkey. Error is "Invalid object".
With VS-Desktop-220.127.116.11-beta214 and Gpg4win-4.2.1-beta31 the error is "Bad Passphrase" in this case.
I do not see a reason why this ticket is still open.
The already resolved Kleopatra Task T5713 is probably a duplicate of this one.
Thu, Sep 14
pkcs12 import should be backported, too
Wed, Sep 13
andre said this can not be left like this, on windows the name needs to be "Archive (1).tar.gpg", like in Linux.
In the VSD Testversion:
This did not fix the issue on Windows.
Tue, Sep 12
Yes the error message is better now. In German it is "Entschlüsseln fehlgeschlagen: Fehlerhafte Daten." Which could be a bit more clear, but its ok
well yes, it ends now in "_signiert.pdf" with German language settings and "_signed.pdf" in English.
ok, with the new testversion VS-Desktop-18.104.22.168-beta214 and without Debug redirection (mea culpa), the info window looks like this:
And Debugview shows:
Fri, Sep 8
My issue was that it makes no sense to publish a revocation of a local certification...
I'm fine with it in the case if the certification was exportable.
Thu, Sep 7
this works now:
Tested at first with GnuPG-VS-Desktop-22.214.171.124-beta178 from 2023-08-29
Wed, Sep 6
Another customer case with "always show security-dialog" on (-> external resolver):
Tue, Sep 5
 org.kde.pim.libkleo: gpgConfGetConsoleOutputCodePage starting "C:\\Program Files x86)\\GnuPG VS-Desktop\\bin\\..\\GnuPG\\bin\\gpgconf.exe" --show-codepages  org.kde.pim.libkleo: gpgConfGetConsoleOutputCodePage returns 0
 org.kde.pim.kleopatra: "C:\\Program Files (x86)\\GnuPG VS-Desktop\\GnuPG\\bin\\gpg.exe --send-keys 3A12118AD7F4CBB6FF38C6B8F615AD82F702FA1F gestartet ..."  org.kde.pim.kleopatra: "gpg: NOTE: THIS IS A DEVELOPMENT VERSION!\r\ngpg: It is only intended for test purposes and should NOT be\r\ngpg: used in a production environment or with production keys!\r\ngpg: enabled debug flags: memstat trust extprog\r\ngpg: enabled compatibility flags:"  org.kde.pim.kleopatra: "gpg: sende SchlÃ¼ssel F615AD82F702FA1F auf ldap://"  org.kde.pim.kleopatra: "gpg: Senden an SchlÃ¼sselserver fehlgeschlagen: UngÃ¼ltige LDAP Credentials\r\ngpg: Senden an SchlÃ¼sselserver fehlgeschlagen: UngÃ¼ltige LDAP Credentials\r\ngpg: keydb: handles=1 locks=0 parse=1 get=1\r\ngpg: build=0 update=0 insert=0 delete=0\r\ngpg: reset=0 found=1 not=0 cache=0 not=0\r\ngpg: kid_not_found_cache: count=0 peak=0 flushes=0\r\ngpg: sig_cache: total=2 cached=2 good=2 bad=0\r\ngpg: random usage: poolsize=600 mixed=0 polls=0/0 added=0/0\r\n outmix=0 getlvl1=0/0 getlvl2=0/0\r\ngpg: rndjent stat: collector=0x00000000 calls=0 bytes=0\r\ngpg: secmem usage: 0/32768 bytes in 0 blocks"
Found in GnuPG-VS-Desktop-3.2.0-beta178, broken ü and no linebreaks:
Mon, Sep 4
Aug 18 2023
Backport to VSD, as leaving out WKD is a bug.
result from meeting:
Aug 15 2023
 org.kde.pim.kleopatra: Collection Progress: 48 total: 1000  org.kde.pim.kleopatra:  org.kde.pim.kleopatra: 0x9cfca58 slotWizardCanceled  org.kde.pim.kleopatra: Kleo::Crypto::SignEncryptFilesController(0x64c97a8) cancel  org.kde.pim.kleopatra: Kleo::Crypto::SignEncryptTask(0xeee73c0) cancel  org.kde.pim.kleopatra: Error: "Abbruch durch Benutzer"  org.kde.pim.kleopatra:
Aug 14 2023
It is present in gpg4win 4.2.0. I do not have a later testversion.
Aug 11 2023
Aug 10 2023
Aug 9 2023
we could include the "better explanation" part, though. The options in "GnuPG system (technical)" do not have a tooltip, we could add one there, at least.
Aug 2 2023
The Task from the description is solved in gpg4win 4.2.0. See follow up tickets for anything else.