devicenotifier with qgw
Aaron J. Seigo
aseigo at kde.org
Sun Sep 20 17:30:36 CEST 2009
On September 19, 2009, Jacopo De Simoi wrote:
> 1) we need to activate the items on hover, but with the itemBackground
> animation delay, hoverEvent is not good anymore to track that. I can see
> two solutons: - itemBackground should send some signal when its animation
> finishes, something like targetReached(qgi *) where the pointer would be
> null if the target was not an item. - itemBackground should make publicly
> available the animation time, so that we can animate accordingly
> fadein/fadeout in each item.
i can see uses for both, really. the problem with providing an animation time
is that it will never be perfectly timed; what would be better is for the item
background to emit a signal whenever it gets an animation update due to its
internal animation. then another animation can synchronize with it. perhaps
emit something between 0 and 1, with 1 == "target has been reached"?
worth experimenting with, in any case.
> 2) we need a way to destroy the hover when the mouse leaves all items; i
as marco notes, this really isn't needed. just call hide or setTarget(0)
Aaron J. Seigo
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