staikos at kde.org
Tue Aug 1 19:16:58 CEST 2006
Quoting Duncan Hanson <duncan.hanson at gmail.com>:
> If we can't give the ViewObjects special permission to paint outside
> their bounds, then moving the resize code into them won't solve our
> problem. We'll still have to have object specific resize painting done
> at some higher level.
> So I'm not still planning to do this.
If the idea is to have a separate function that temporarily draws a resize
image which is non-persistent (ie wiped out on the next repaint), then this is
probably fine. It would simply be the toplevelview (or parent object) calling
a helper method, and I don't see that violating the preconditions.
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