Animated labels and progress bars in Oxygen considered harmful?
nuno at kdab.com
Thu Dec 3 16:18:23 GMT 2009
A Quarta 02 Dezembro 2009 21:08:38 Hugo Pereira Da Costa você escreveu:
> On 12/02/2009 01:23 PM, Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> > On 02.12.09 08:27:40, Hugo Pereira Da Costa wrote:
> >> On 12/02/2009 03:41 AM, Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> >>> On 02.12.09 11:09:42, Marco Martin wrote:
> >>>> On Wednesday 02 December 2009, Aurélien Gâteau wrote:
> >>>>> The "Animated progress bars" option is also probably problematic as I
> >>>>> guess it is the cause of the strange behavior of the "Get Hot New
> >>>>> Stuff" dialog (if you click "Install" on several items in a short
> >>>>> while, the progress bar goes back and forth).
> >>>> i see nothing wrong with that, it looks more natural to me
> >> Hi Andreas,
> >> Your concern is legitimate. The tab transition is the only one
> >> susceptible of triggering large repaints of the screen. Which is why
> >> it has a dedicated turn on/off option in oxygen config, which is, as
> >> far as I know, off by default.
> > I can assure you its on by default here. Because when I switched to
> > oxygen a week or so ago, my konsole suddenly had animated tabs and I
> > didn't use or configure oxygen on this machine ever since it was
> > installed.
> > I can also see where this is coming from: Even though the gui says "Tab
> > Animations" its actually stored as StackWidgetAnimation and that one is
> > on by default in oxygen.kcfg. So either you wanted to separate tab and
> > stacked widgets (and I don't see why animations should be shown on
> > either) or the naming is just bad :)
> Checking. Might have done things wrong.
> At least it was "my intention" to have it off by default.
> Sorry if buggy.
> > Andreas
Think we left them all on so people would test and bug report the idea is that
the tabs are offf by defout.
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