Disabled dropdown element on the right of "OpenPGP Key ID" under account's "Security" settings
Submitted by Andre Klapper
F22, Evolution and Seahorse 3.15.90.
Under "PGP Keys > GnuPG keys", Seahorse shows two "Personal PGP key"s, with the name that I entered and the email address (if I defined it). I created these two keys in this GNOME session by following https://help.gnome.org/users/seahorse/stable/pgp-create.html
Going to "Edit > Preferences > Mail Accounts > Edit > Security > Pretty Good Privacy > OpenPGP Key ID", I have no idea how to get any dropdown proposals (that v arrow is always disabled).
Am I really supposed to start Seahorse, right-click on a PGP key, choose "Properties", mark the Key ID, copy it, and paste it?
If yes, why is there a dropdown element displayed on the right of "OpenPGP Key ID" if it's just a simple text field with no dropdown proposals?
(I was trying to update https://help.gnome.org/users/evolution/unstable/mail-encryption-gpg-set-up so for the time being I'll tell people to start Seahorse. Meh.)