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- Jan 5 2019, 12:40 PM (20 w, 1 d)
Apr 20 2019
Moved to gitlab :-)
Apr 19 2019
Ok i will move it there asap. :-)
I looked at @jounip 's approach, but it does not seem to work. Keeping a shared pointer to the root keeps the whole image in memory, but it can be accessed only through the same shared pointer and not by searching over the open documents through KisPart::documents().
Mar 21 2019
rempt I dont have push access.
Updated the diff
There was a naming conflict using NONE, in NodePaintAbility enum so I renamed it to NA.
Mar 20 2019
ok i will move it to kistool instead.
Mar 16 2019
Mar 11 2019
Ok I will look at it.
Mar 3 2019
Feb 23 2019
Feb 8 2019
Yeah I actually got that far yesterday. Stepping through the code, but wasnt sure if that is actually the thing.
actually the setdirty call wasnt working outside the lambda command. So i was a bit confused about calling it a from a higher level.
Ok thanks. It almost drew me crazy.
Feb 7 2019
Feb 6 2019
Feb 1 2019
Well yes it works with numpad+ and numpad- keys as well.
Jan 28 2019
Well I believe you are right. But the user will indeed have both type of zooms. The ctrl + +/ ctrl + - will zoom with respect to centre while =/- keys will zoom with repect to cursor position.
Jan 25 2019
No I dont,
Name: Ashwin Dhakaita
Jan 24 2019
Jan 15 2019
deactivate event filter when SPACE is not assigned as shortcut
Jan 14 2019
maybe then we have to take a peek at it.
Ok i will do as you have mentioned. I had to handle return keys separately as they dont trigger actions.
Jan 12 2019
I have updated the diff. Elements focused using tab key will be triggered by Return Key. SpaceBar is assigned global shortcut for play-pause action and won't trigger elements focussed using tab key. Should work for most part.
Jan 11 2019
Ok lets look into it. It might be done through an ugly hack using event filters, but i have to research up a bit.
Yes, but elisa doesn't click the elements under focus even through the return key.
@ngraham can you please specify on which element did you navigate to. I tried to replicate it, it does as you mentioned, on the navigation action bar. But not on the elements outside it. And the purpose of the patch was to perform playpause action irrespective of focus. So probably blocking all the tab events of navigation action bar should do the job.
maybe i need to do the job using event filter instead of the usual shortcut mechanism used by Elisa
Added context to the diff. Thanks @shubham.
Ok i will start using archanist ASAP
I used archanist to apply the patch. It is working fine for me.
Made the shortcut configurable. I actually did a "git pull" and updated the feature out from a fresh repo. It should work now.
Ok, I will look into it.
Jan 10 2019
Name: Ashwin Dhakaita
Thank you, @mgallien. I will apply for one after sometime then.
I don't have a developer account. Please land it for me.
Actually, I am new to KDE and don't know about Developer Account. I will sign up for one.
Jan 9 2019
Well, I made the shortcuts configurable.
Jan 8 2019
Sorry, I will look into it. 😕😕
Jan 6 2019
Thank you Sir 😊
Well I cleared up the trailing whitespaces.