[PATCH] Animations enable/disable system wide
Aaron J. Seigo
aseigo at kde.org
Tue Feb 19 05:18:33 GMT 2008
On Friday 15 February 2008, Rafael Fernández López wrote:
> Yes, I have thought on that too... for now we can let the accessors and
> think la ter on how can we modify this on runtime depending on the
> remaining enery (or go back to the normal settings if we for instance, were
> plugged on).
the how is pretty easy: Solid::PowerManagement. the when is a bit more
involved, particularly figuring out what to put in the user interface for the
user to work with.
> > Rafael's patch is a step in the right direction at least ... and now it's
> > easy to find what needs to get fixed if we modify this API via an lxr
> > search ;)
> Before getting this into the public API, I think we should think well about
> this , now changes should be thought twice before committing, specially in
> topics lik e this one. I vote for changing the bool for an int, so we don't
> shoot ourselves on the feet.
well, an enumeration in any case. =)
> How to call those methods, and what values the enum should have ?
glamour()? ;) we could have Jenine Gorafalo at the low end and Angelina Jolie
at the high end? (yeah, yeah, i'm joking)
i'd make it a set of flags (so multiple values can be |'d together), probably
NoEffects = 0,
GradientEffects = 1,
SimpleAnimationEffects = 2,
ComplexAnimationEffects = 4 };
i don't know what other flags might be desired/wanted. i could ask Zack when
he gets here in a few days if he has any ideas...
Aaron J. Seigo
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