[Konsole-devel] [Bug 224081] Konsole tab bar should use tab widget corner buttons facility rather than a custom layout

Robert Knight robertknight at gmail.com
Mon Jan 25 15:43:37 UTC 2010


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--- Comment #1 from Robert Knight <robertknight gmail com>  2010-01-25 16:43:17 ---
The 'standard' corner widgets are part of QTabWidget not QTabBar unfortunately
- which means that to get them you have to have the whole central area managed
by QTabWidget.  If I remember correctly, Konsole does not use QTabWidget (it
does use QTabBar though) because I wanted more control over the layout of the
tabs and the margins and spacing around the main terminal - mainly to reduce
them.  At the time QTabBar::documentMode() did not exist which solves some of
the problems.

I also orignally had the idea that I might want to try other navigation methods
than tabs (such as a vertical list of session names).

> This creates a visual inconsistency between Konsole
> and apps like Konqueror and Konversation.

This is true but only when the buttons are visible, which they are not by
default because I wanted minimal visual clutter around the terminal area.

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