Toolviews toolbars (luckily) not implemented as KMultiTabBar
kfunk at kde.org
Sun May 11 09:27:05 UTC 2014
On Thursday 08 May 2014 08:10:17 mk-lists at email.de wrote:
> Hi devs,
> I wanted to ask you WHY you decided to implement the toolbars for the
> various tool views they way you did it.
I think there's no easy way to answer this. Likely, the author of the current
approach didn't know about KMultiTabBar and implemented his own widget(s).
> Kate, as well as most of other KDE applications, use a different approach -
> avoiding your custom button-like design - by employing KMultiTabBar.
> In fact KDevelop is the only application I’ve found using these
> button-like-toolbars, with the NICE result that that it DOES NOT show
> overlapping toolbar items on OSX, as described e.g. originally in  and
> for kate also in .
FYI: The sublime module in kdevplatform (esp. Sublime::IdealButtonBarWidget)
takes care of handling this multitab-bar functionality. So, if you want to
check what KDevelop does differently, you'll have to search there.
>  https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=296810
>  https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=333049
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