[KPhotoAlbum] Page-Up and Page-Down in the description widget of the annotation dialog
Jesper K. Pedersen
blackie at kde.org
Sun Jun 22 08:45:24 CEST 2014
The missing pgdn and pgup has also annoyed me for ever, and I agree with your
analysis that the missing pgup/pgdn in the text edit itself will annoy very
few people (if any at all, and it should be obvious fast what is going on). So
I've pulled the change.
On Saturday 21 June 2014 23:13:49 Tobias Leupold wrote:
> Hi List :-)
> The current state of KPA's annotation dialog is that one can navigate
> through the selected images by pressing the Page-Up and Page-Down key. This
> is very useful, but it doesn't work when the cursor is located in the
> description widget. This does e. g. break the mouse-less workflow when
> changing a lot of descriptions.
> The "problem" is that the Page-Up and Page-Down keypresses are handled by
> the textedit widget itself to scroll the text up and down page-wise.
> In my opinion, the behavior of the annotation dialog should be consistent
> and a Page-Up or Page-Down keypress should select the previous or next
> image, no matter where the cursor is located. I think this is what the user
> I wrote a patch implementing this. It can be found at:
> Zarl thinks the Page-Up and Page-Down keypresses should be handled
> by the textedit widget furthermore, because when we catch them and use them
> for image list navigation, the widget loses the ability to scroll page-wise
> and that would "break the description field".
> I think this does not break the widget, as the ability to scroll via the
> arrow keys is still usable, as well as the possibility to scroll via the
> mouse wheel. In addition to that, I'm quite sure that most users don't
> write descriptions that are so long that one would want to use a page-wise
> navigation inside the description widget -- but most users would benefit
> from that more consistent dialog behavior. Or wouldn't at least be bothered
> with it.
> To cite what Johannes wrote:
> > If you can gather support for this on the mailing-list or convince some
> > other person with commit access to push it, I'm fine with it.
> And that's what I try to do now ;-)
> So what do you think?
> Yours, Tobias
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