D17730: [WIP] Review KateStatusBar (based on D17729)

Christoph Cullmann noreply at phabricator.kde.org
Thu Dec 27 13:56:22 GMT 2018

cullmann added a comment.

  > - Most of them have an answer now ;-) Will add more stuff here
  > - Your comment to @zetazeta request ? I have tried to add a QScrollArea but without success :-/ Ideas? Perhaps is a second level of layout/widget needed(?)
  >   ``` updateStatus(); wordCountChanged(0, 0, 0, 0); + +    QScrollArea *scrollArea = new QScrollArea; // No status bar +//     QScrollArea *scrollArea = new QScrollArea(this); // No status bar +//     QScrollArea *scrollArea = new QScrollArea(centralWidget());// No Kate window appears! +    scrollArea->setWidget(centralWidget()); } ```
  I would not take care of that now but think about that in a separate request.
  If we want that, perhaps one needs to think about having it scroll with the view, I don't think one wants a second scrollview.
  >> I think having the dictionary picker per default there takes to much space
  > Why do you think so? My status bar is almost empty, but I did not show "word count" and such. The extra space is hardly worth mentioning. Add an new pic with my typical window size. The "German version" need some more space but is also hardly worth mentioning.
  >  F6511683: 1545915793.png <https://phabricator.kde.org/F6511683>
  >> ..and one should have some "show XXX" in the context menu for it.
  > Doing it like the other stuff need some effort, like to change the config dialog :-/ *hmpf*
  > I agree that without split views, there is more than enough space, but as soon as you split (and as the statusbar dictates the minimum size), you will get in trouble.

  R39 KTextEditor


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