On Fri, 17 Dec 2010 12:39:03 +0000 (GMT), Michael Drake wrote:
The core treeview code behaves a bit better now. The main
are to mouse input handling, textarea editing and tree rendering.
The GTK and RISC OS front ends passing of browser_mouse_state has also
been fixed for various faults. I believe Chris has updated the Amiga
front end's browser_mouse_state setup too.
Yes, I checked them after seeing your commits and added double-clicks
to the mouse events for browser windows, and middle-button
double-clicks to treeviews.
There might be a problem somewhere though, see my other message.
CORE1: The core now supports arbitrary line heights, but this
currently set to a fixed 20px instead of being based on the
font size. This is because in the GTK front end, the desktop
dpi is not available at the time the trees are initialised and
generated at startup. See GTK1.
Is the text size within treeview going to be picked up from NetSurf's
default text size (or an adjustment thereof)?
With respect to NetSurf 2.7 release
I didn't know there was going to be a 2.7 release :) But that's
probably my fault for not hanging around IRC.