Making kinetic scrolling generic
Aaron J. Seigo
aseigo at kde.org
Fri Sep 25 18:21:26 CEST 2009
On September 25, 2009, Adenilson Cavalcanti wrote:
> Dear friends
> Last Wednesday, there was a discussion in plasma IRC channel
> concerning ideas to make the Kineticscrolling class more generic to
> handle scrolling in other plasma components.
> Trying to understand how *actual* movement is done in some of
> KDE's plasmoids, I had read the code of following plasmoids:
> 1) Webview (kdelibs/plasma/widgets)
> *WebView class*
> - object: d->page is a QWebPage
> - moving: d->page->event(&we);
> Maybe void QWebPage::scrollRequested ( int dx, int dy, const QRect &
> rectToScroll ) [signal] could be used or just keep with current approach
> of generating events.
there's actually some work going on right at Qt to wrap QWebView into a nice
QGraphicsView object with all kinds of nice things (buffered rendering for
better scrolling, etc); so i wouldn't worry tooo much about web view right now
as we'll likely be replacing it with the QGraphicsWebView at some point.
> Trying to address this requirements the following design is proposed:
i like it, especially the use of a standard property.
the only addition would be that such widgets would have to keep that property
updated with the proper 0..1 value when the contents are scrolled in some
other way? i assume that KineticScrolling will need this value to determine
what to do (e.g. the overreach bounce, etc)
> - KineticScrolling emits a signal in setKineticScrollValue
KineticScrolling::setKineticScrollValue is perhaps a little redundant? would
setScrollValue be enough? either way, it's not a big deal and shouldn't
interfere with you going ahead with this design in any way.
Aaron J. Seigo
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