Patch to add khtmlmimesource to kdecore
johnflux at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 20 09:22:36 BST 2004
Thank you :) As some famous dude said, Those who do not know QT and KDE are
doomed to recode it, poorly. Or something.
I have switched my code over to KMultipleDrag. an QTextDrag.
Could I add an example to KMultipleDrag for using it for this for the
It has a drag and drop example, and would only be a few lines for an example
for using it for the clipboard.
>From: Simon Hausmann <hausmann at kde.org>
>Reply-To: kde-core-devel at kde.org
>To: kde-core-devel at kde.org
>Subject: Re: Patch to add khtmlmimesource to kdecore
>Date: Sun, 19 Sep 2004 14:10:58 +0200
>Am Sonntag, 19. September 2004 03:37 schrieb John Flux:
> > Hi all,
> > For konqueror, I'm adding support for retaining the formatting when
> > copy and paste to another application, like openoffice or kword.
> > To aid with this, I wrote a very simple very basic class that inherits
> > QMimeSource. You set the html text and set the plaintext text, then
> > it to the clipboard.
> > It's well documented, and I've had requests to put this in kdecore
> > instead of kdelibs/khtml so that I can get other apps to use it.
> > If I get no objections, I'll add it.
>I think you can achieve the same by using the KMultipleDrag class that
>exists in kdecore.
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