Update: Re: Printing of Shortcuts

Matt Rogers mattr at kde.org
Thu Mar 27 14:11:47 GMT 2008

On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 5:50 PM, Andreas Pakulat <apaku at gmx.de> wrote:
> On 18.03.08 00:54:29, Andreas Pakulat wrote:
>  > Hi,
>  >
>  > I just noticed the April 7th deadline and decided that this feature is
>  > probably doable until 4.1 (in contrast to the KTE addition I seemingly
>  > need to do): A print button in KShortcutsEditor.
>  Updated the patch a bit, new things:
>  - formatting, the table header is bold and larger than the text, same
>   goes for the component names
>  - added some context to each listed action by also printing the
>   whatsthis information (I would've used tooltip as thats usually
>   shorter, but unfortunately none of the tooltips in kate are set
>   properly). This should fix the issue Jaroslaw pointed out about
>   ambiguous actions that happen to sit in different menus but have the
>   same text
>  - a better header of the first page, including the applications short
>   description from kaboutdata
>  The last problems:
>  - I'm using KGlobalSettings::generalFont() to get a base fontsize and
>   I'm not sure thats the right thing to do - any better ideas?
>  - formatting, I'm not quite 100% satisfied (though I'd check this in as
>   is), would be nice if somebody with some more knowledge about good
>   text layout could give me some hints
>  I'm quite satisfied with how it looks now, I'll probably need to fiddle
>  a bit with the overall page layout as IMHO the table could be a bit
>  wider.
>  Also if somebody has a hint how to remove the Component table header
>  without shrinking that particular column it would be nice. The reason
>  for that is that IMHO its a bit unneeded to have that there as the
>  component is always on an own line in the table with the full row merged
>  and the first column is always empty in all other table rows.
>  As before the patch is attached as well as the result from printing to
>  pdf in kate.
>  Andreas
>  --
>  An avocado-tone refrigerator would look good on your resume.

The PDF looks nice. I think this is fine as is.

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