Anyone working on ListView?
Dimitrie O. Paun
dpaun at rogers.com
Tue Mar 11 07:14:22 CST 2003
On March 11, 2003 01:41 am, Vitaliy Margolen wrote:
> 1. Vertical Scroll boundaries are not set properly in Icon and SmallIcon
> modes. I hacked this one but it's not correct - still missing about 10-20
> pixels. Not sure why.
I know, there was on previous bug report about it. Feel free to submit a
patch. In general, Icon and SmallIcon modes have more problems than the
Report and List modes :(
> 2. ACDSee's Big Icons mode doesn't show anything at
> all. Not sure what the problem here. It looks like it is possible to select
> something with keyboard. But still nothing on on the screen.
Odd -- you'll need to debug this a little. Remember, the listview can't
gracefully handle more than 30000 or so items in Icon and SmallIcon mode,
so please test with lists smaller than that.
> 3. ToolTips not implemented. Not that it's so important. But ACDSee using
> them for additional info about images.
Known -- it's in the TODO. I guess this one can wait, there are other
burning problems to solve first :)
> 4. Keyboard navigation in Icon mode is broken. Only right key sorta works.
I know -- keyboard handling has been on my TODO list for some time,
but I did not have the time to investigate. Feel free to work on it.
> 5. Resizing window does not rearrange icons. Only doing "refresh - F5"
> rearranges icons in the proper fashion.
It should. Can you capture a +listview trace of a resizing event?
> 6. Biggest mystery to me - some items missing image names. This happens in
> all modes. ACDSee is using callbacks for text/images. So I'm not sure where
> the problem is. There are some activity going on with all file names
> according to trace:string. But GetDispInfo returns blanks. Although
> thumbnails and preview are displayed properly.
Hmmm. This is strange, it shouldn't do that. Are the missing names
always the same?
> 7. In Icon & SmallIcon mouse wheel is reversed.
Try the obvious fix, see if that works :)
> Basically (1)&(6) are major show stoppers. (4)&(5) needs to be there to
> make it usable.
True. If you have patches, post them to the list, so we can discuss them.
> There is two more mysteries in ACDSee - TreeView. It's entries are not
> sorted! But they are under Win. And those folders that don't have names in
> ListView shown properly in TreeView.
Our treeview is not perfect :) Let's deal with the listview first,
it's enough to keep us busy for a while ;).
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