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- Feb 10 2018, 12:40 PM (49 w, 2 d)
Jun 3 2018
Great suggestion Mark !
Here is the script I have been using : https://gist.github.com/meven/f0b2a36c61240e1d6e19753afd1d3d68
May 11 2018
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Apr 7 2018
In term of comparison to the FileCopyJob for instance, the difference I can spot with the DeleteJob implementation, is that the FileCopyJobPrivate itselft instanciates a subJob in this case a DirectCopyJob that will do the work, using internally SimpleJobPrivate.
This internal SimpleJobPrivate is executed in a slave thread as I understand, allowing the UI thread to run during the file copy.
Feb 24 2018
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Feb 21 2018
Always use a job to delete files to avoid freezing process waiting on IOX
Feb 20 2018
Feb 19 2018
Abandoned in favor of https://phabricator.kde.org/D10663
It was suggested on IRC to hide this behavior behind a flag such as the jobFlag enum, so that it can be opt-in/opt-out in applications.
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Feb 18 2018
Feb 17 2018
Seeing the gif you made, I would suggest that when hovering over a star, the number of stars it corresponds to are highlighted just like at the end state.
This is because, a user won't intuitively know what score, the star he is hovering, corresponds to and for consistency with the end state.
Thi way hovering would be a preview of the end state.
I think this is quite common for stars notation widget generaly.