[Lazarus] Pochecker (was Fuzzy traslations ignored)
bartjunk64 at gmail.com
Sun Sep 21 12:28:33 CEST 2014
On 9/21/14, Giuliano Colla <giuliano.colla at fastwebnet.it> wrote:
> Yes. That's the problem. e.g. you put the mouse on the first visible
> Icon, and you get the hint of the first Icon of the original window
> (before scrolling)
> Yes. Should we open a bugtracker issue?
Yes we should.
I already have a listView example somewhere on my Linux VM, so when I
have time i'll do so.
> I know that Qt in itself provides a Qt_Listview, which should emulate
> Windows listview, but I don't know to what extent it's currently exploited.
I find it hard to beleive that the native QT implementatiosn does not
provide some method to allow more than one l;ne...
> In the meantime, did you give a look to my implementation of the graph
I did have a look at your code.
It looked impressive, but at the time I already implemented the
> It doesn't exploit ListView, but it provides the same final result. It
> only lacks a better arrangement of Icons, but it's a rather trivial
> matter (after creating all of them, find the maximum width, then use
> this value to arrange them neatly).
Because all the drawing and all calculations need to be done by
ourselves, I decided to use a "standard" LCL control that is
_supposed_ to do all that just by itself.
This way we keep re-inventing the wheel.
> It might be a way to get more
> quickly a result, unless you want to take this occasion to try and fix
Maybe the current state of things (and the fact we show how awkward
the results can look) will trigger people in fixing the TListView on
GTK2 and QT.
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