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- Jul 12 2019, 10:06 PM (31 w, 3 d)
Oct 18 2019
Searching and debugging and I just can't find the reason why.
So currently the counter works fine when the first image of a folder is opened and THEN one goes into fullscreen. But if one goes directly into fullscreen with the first image loaded, than it sets the counter to 0.
Removed comment that was used for the timer
Oct 16 2019
Remove timer. Use simple method call instead.
Reverted the timer to 0.
Now it works when switching to fullscreen. Next step: make the counter work properly when -f for fullscreen is used.
Revert timer and add additional updateDocumentCountLabel call
Oct 15 2019
Probably, I can't get to that case where it's so slow. But I am aware that it can happen.
Oct 13 2019
Oct 9 2019
Works fine. All buttons get proper focus on TAB now.
Sep 24 2019
Sep 12 2019
Sep 11 2019
Sep 5 2019
Edit if and add else if
Sep 4 2019
Same solution as here:
Sep 3 2019
Sep 2 2019
- Revert connect and change if condition inside it
Sep 1 2019
Aug 29 2019
Revert back to QMimeData. Removed toImage() sine QT converts internally
Aug 28 2019
Apparently, this is slower than setImage() because:
Remove include of QMimeData
- Remove redundant check and redundant connect
Looks good, nothing to change. :)
Move connect outside of the else
Aug 26 2019
Removed the unnecessary variables.
Tested & working.
- Remove unnecessary variables
Aug 24 2019
- proper rebase. hopefully
Done , tested & working :)
- Reduce code duplication
Aug 23 2019
- Reduce code duplication
- Fix git branch mashup
And still including more than it should..
Can someone help me out with this one?
Hm, looks like I borked my branches..
Now it shows the diff from the last two patches :/
- Use OR instead of AND
Aug 22 2019
- Check if the file is valid
Did some changes. Please check now.
Also: see the hint for doCopyToClipboard:
- Renameing and reordering
- Add new AutoSave related methods.
Update it to not use enum. Don't worry, it wasn't useless. I learned more :)
- Rewrite to not use enum
Aug 21 2019
- Resolved merge conflicts
- Fix end of line
- Setting variable renamed, remove commented code
I hope that's it :)
- Setting variable renamed
All done. I hope the names a re better now. Any recommendation for kde-dev best-practices?
- Rename variables, methods and enum. Remove unnecessary logic
Done. Tested & it's working.
- Move showInlineMessage() and MessageDuration to public
- Remove unnecessary check
Changed to enum and reverted the connect in L348 of SpectacleCore.cpp so spectacle -b -c works again.
- Use enum for copyToClipboard
- Revert connect to fix
Just gonna leave this here, so I don't forget about it :D
Aug 20 2019
Got me into thinking:
The user sets a Shortcut and connects it to a Task.
What if, this would require quite a lot to do, we make an Task creator panel. Where a User can create his own Task and give it a name. Then, in the Schortcut settings, the user chooses which Task gets called for a specific Shortcut.
Creating a Task could include all of Spectacles functionality: After screenshot has been taken, save/edit/clipboard/... it, upload it, close Spectacle, etc.
Whereas the User sets the desired actions for a task with Checkboxes and Radiobuttons, and can have multiple tasks.
Similar to Message Filters in Thunderbird. I hope i described it well enough.