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Signing of keys from user management #41

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annejan opened this Issue May 4, 2015 · 5 comments

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annejan commented May 4, 2015

Currently you can select (users) keys that you have not signed, these cannot be used for encryption.
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We should at-least make it clear in a visual way which keys can be used and preferably have a button / popup combination to sign these keys.

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rdoeffinger commented May 6, 2015

Is this really a good idea to have in QtPass? People will need to use some program to get/import all those public keys in the first place, so why not just have them use that same program to do the trust management?

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annejan commented May 6, 2015

Kind of have to agree.
From a separation of responsibility point of view.

I do want to add some functionality to make it visible, either through colors of disabling checkbooks or something, which id's can be used and which (currently) can't.
Will save on a lot of "weird" support questions I think.

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rdoeffinger commented May 9, 2015

I like the colours idea, e.g. red for "invalid" ones.
I'd also like to visualize the keys where a secret key is available (blue colour maybe?), and warn if no keys are enabled for which a secret key is available.

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rdoeffinger commented May 9, 2015

See pull request for a possible implementation.

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annejan commented May 9, 2015

This works for me 👍

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