l.savernik at aon.at
Fri Jan 18 16:51:30 GMT 2008
Am Freitag, 18. Januar 2008 schrieb Sebastian Trüg:
> > > * Whenever the selection changes the lineedit gets the focus. This is
> > > very convenient as it saves one click and there is no real use for the
> > > keyboard focus in the listview.
> > Are you sure? What about users without a mouse? Can they still use
> > Key_Up/Key_Down in the listview?
> Hm, users without a mouse can change the selection by tabbing into the
> listview and then changing it. But they have to tab into it for each
> change, i.e. Key_Tab->Key_Down->Key_Tab->Key_Down. While this might not be
> very nice IMHO most users will handle KEditListBox with a mouse and then
> the focus feature is very very convenient.
You effectively made the edit line a focus proxy of the listview. Therefore,
I'd consider it sane to dispatch keypresses targeted at but not related to
the edit line directly to the listview. This would make Up/Down do the "right
thing" with the edit line having focus.
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