Kgpg > key management > settings > keyboard shortcuts > Global Column can’t be changed.
Tried to run it as root but it dies with
DBusConnection: session D-Bus connection created before QCoreApplication. Application may misbehave.
unnamed app(25264): KUniqueApplication: Cannot find the D-Bus session server: "Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken."
unnamed app(25263): KUniqueApplication: Pipe closed unexpectedly.
And I’m not even sure if it would solve anything.
I’m trying to add Kgpg’s decrypt clipboard and encrypt clipboard function globally, it would make my life much easier.
I think you are looking at Kgpg’s editor window instead of the Kgpg’s Key management window.
I managed to interact with kgpg’s decrypt clipboard function with qdbus now, but realized it’d be better to use klipper + global shortcuts + gpg command line.
If klipper finds a
pgp message on the clipboard it changes the clipboard content with the decrypted message, and pops up the clipboard contents to the user.
public key on the clipboard, it provides two options
– add it to the keychain
– encrypt a message to it, for this it pops up a clipboard editor where I write the msg, then press ctrl+shift+e (global shortcut runs a cli magic script) and the clipboard contents changes to the encrypted message
Or I write the msg in any editor, copy it to the clipboard, press ctrl+e and kgpg’s “encrypt clipboard” function is called through qdbus, this pops up a window where the key can be selected or searched for.
Or something along these lines.
I have to deal with a lot of encrypted text that comes from the browser, takes a lot of time to copy it into an editor, decrypt, write password, copy again to it’s final place, but encryption is worse:
Write msg > encrypt > look for the key, can’t find it because it has a different name than the user who messaged me, so import the key again but since it’s on the keychain Kgpg only shows the keyid, and Kgpg’s key list can’t be searched for keyID only name or email.
Thanks for your time btw, I will send you 3 beers tomorrow.