[Bug 58507] missing volume slider (extra word here)

Jarne Cook j.cook at siliconriver.com.au
Wed May 21 00:12:48 BST 2003

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------- Additional Comments From j.cook at siliconriver.com.au  2003-05-21 01:12 -------
Subject: Re:  missing volume slider (extra word here)

Have you seen the way Mac's quicktime player does it.

Pressing the button pops up a vertical scrollbar, and the scrolly is already pressed.  

Perhaps it would be possible to make a special button (kbuttonPopupVolume or something) that 
when you press the button and go up/down with the mouse ... the volume bar is adjusted.  
So essentiall the volume is realy just graphical feedback and cant be clicked on by the mouse 
because as soon as the mouse is realease the popup/volumebar disapears.  Just a thought.

Im not familiar with qt/kde libs (yet ... but im working on it).  but it sounds like you need some 
extra code that says "if already poped up, hidepopup() else showpopup()"

On Wednesday 21 May 2003 06:41, you wrote:
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> ------- Additional Comments From ewald at rambo.its.tudelft.nl  2003-05-20 22:41 -------
> Created an attachment (id=1616)
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> patch for KDE-3.1.2
> Thanks for the feedback Charles and Jarne. I have created a patch for this, but
> unfortunately, the volume button doesn't work as expected. I would like the
> button to toggle the slider on and off, but pressing the volume button always
> pops up the slider again. Anyone with a suggestion on how to accomplish this
> using Qt-3.1.2?
> TIA.

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