I upgraded a couple of months ago to SuSE 9.2 from 9.0. I love nearly everything about the new version, but there's one thing that is driving me nuts.
In any KDE text-box - eg in writing in KMail, or in a form in Konqueror - I am constantly finding that the contents of the text field suddenly jump and becomes right-justified. This happens when I press ctrl+right shift.
I'm sure most people don't find this irritating, but I have a habit of hovering on those two keys, because when I type a lot, I often change my mind about what I've written, and I use ctrl+shift+left arrow to highlight the last few words. So I find myself pausing for thought; my fingers press the two keys, out of habit, and then everything I've written jumps to the right. It's very disconcerting.
I've found I can make it jump back to normal again by pressing ctrl+left shift, but that doesn't make it any less annoying. KDE 3.2 never used to do this, so I assume it's a new feature of some sort in 3.3? I don't know what it's supposed to be doing, though - it happens in text boxes that don't save any sort of formatting, so I can't see why it would be doing it.
So my question is simple: is there a way I can turn this feature off? There's the secondary question of what it's actually supposed to do, but I'm less worried about that - I just want rid of it.
Thanks for any help