Commit 2e98304e authored by Soeren Sandmann's avatar Soeren Sandmann Committed by Søren Sandmann Pedersen

Rework sliding algorithm. - No more weird jumping when items are dragged

Mon Nov 24 01:47:10 2003  Soeren Sandmann  <sandmann@daimi.au.dk>

	Rework sliding algorithm.
	- No more weird jumping when items are dragged off and added to
	the toolbar,
	- More natural item movement

	* gtk/gtktoolbar.c (gtk_toolbar_size_allocate): Many changes. This
	function is now responsible for calculating intermediate positions
	during item sliding. It is also responsible for starting sliding
	if items disappear.  Also turn off expanding when there is an
	overflow menu.
	(gtk_toolbar_begin_sliding, stop_sliding): New functions.
	(slide_idle_handler): New function. All the sliding is now done by
	gtk_toolbar_size_allocate(), so the idle handler now just checks
	if there is more sliding to be done.
	(compute_intermediate_allocation, position): new functions
	calculating intermediate steps in the slide animations. The new
	animation algorithm uses a constant speed instead of a constant
	must-be-finished-within time.
	(struct _ToolbarContent): use
	GtkAllocation goal_allocation; and
	GtkAllocation start_allocation; instead of
	gint start/goal_width;

	* gtk/gtktoolitem.c (gtk_tool_item_set_tooltip): fix typo in
	documentation
parent d17dc738
Mon Nov 24 01:47:10 2003 Soeren Sandmann <sandmann@daimi.au.dk>
Rework sliding algorithm.
- No more weird jumping when items are dragged off and added to
the toolbar,
- More natural item movement
* gtk/gtktoolbar.c (gtk_toolbar_size_allocate): Many changes. This
function is now responsible for calculating intermediate positions
during item sliding. It is also responsible for starting sliding
if items disappear. Also turn off expanding when there is an
overflow menu.
(gtk_toolbar_begin_sliding, stop_sliding): New functions.
(slide_idle_handler): New function. All the sliding is now done by
gtk_toolbar_size_allocate(), so the idle handler now just checks
if there is more sliding to be done.
(compute_intermediate_allocation, position): new functions
calculating intermediate steps in the slide animations. The new
animation algorithm uses a constant speed instead of a constant
must-be-finished-within time.
(struct _ToolbarContent): use
GtkAllocation goal_allocation; and
GtkAllocation start_allocation; instead of
gint start/goal_width;
* gtk/gtktoolitem.c (gtk_tool_item_set_tooltip): fix typo in
documentation
Sun Nov 23 22:26:25 2003 Matthias Clasen <maclas@gmx.de>
* gtk/gtktooltips.c (gtk_tooltips_draw_tips): Make tooltip
......
Mon Nov 24 01:47:10 2003 Soeren Sandmann <sandmann@daimi.au.dk>
Rework sliding algorithm.
- No more weird jumping when items are dragged off and added to
the toolbar,
- More natural item movement
* gtk/gtktoolbar.c (gtk_toolbar_size_allocate): Many changes. This
function is now responsible for calculating intermediate positions
during item sliding. It is also responsible for starting sliding
if items disappear. Also turn off expanding when there is an
overflow menu.
(gtk_toolbar_begin_sliding, stop_sliding): New functions.
(slide_idle_handler): New function. All the sliding is now done by
gtk_toolbar_size_allocate(), so the idle handler now just checks
if there is more sliding to be done.
(compute_intermediate_allocation, position): new functions
calculating intermediate steps in the slide animations. The new
animation algorithm uses a constant speed instead of a constant
must-be-finished-within time.
(struct _ToolbarContent): use
GtkAllocation goal_allocation; and
GtkAllocation start_allocation; instead of
gint start/goal_width;
* gtk/gtktoolitem.c (gtk_tool_item_set_tooltip): fix typo in
documentation
Sun Nov 23 22:26:25 2003 Matthias Clasen <maclas@gmx.de>
* gtk/gtktooltips.c (gtk_tooltips_draw_tips): Make tooltip
......
Mon Nov 24 01:47:10 2003 Soeren Sandmann <sandmann@daimi.au.dk>
Rework sliding algorithm.
- No more weird jumping when items are dragged off and added to
the toolbar,
- More natural item movement
* gtk/gtktoolbar.c (gtk_toolbar_size_allocate): Many changes. This
function is now responsible for calculating intermediate positions
during item sliding. It is also responsible for starting sliding
if items disappear. Also turn off expanding when there is an
overflow menu.
(gtk_toolbar_begin_sliding, stop_sliding): New functions.
(slide_idle_handler): New function. All the sliding is now done by
gtk_toolbar_size_allocate(), so the idle handler now just checks
if there is more sliding to be done.
(compute_intermediate_allocation, position): new functions
calculating intermediate steps in the slide animations. The new
animation algorithm uses a constant speed instead of a constant
must-be-finished-within time.
(struct _ToolbarContent): use
GtkAllocation goal_allocation; and
GtkAllocation start_allocation; instead of
gint start/goal_width;
* gtk/gtktoolitem.c (gtk_tool_item_set_tooltip): fix typo in
documentation
Sun Nov 23 22:26:25 2003 Matthias Clasen <maclas@gmx.de>
* gtk/gtktooltips.c (gtk_tooltips_draw_tips): Make tooltip
......
Mon Nov 24 01:47:10 2003 Soeren Sandmann <sandmann@daimi.au.dk>
Rework sliding algorithm.
- No more weird jumping when items are dragged off and added to
the toolbar,
- More natural item movement
* gtk/gtktoolbar.c (gtk_toolbar_size_allocate): Many changes. This
function is now responsible for calculating intermediate positions
during item sliding. It is also responsible for starting sliding
if items disappear. Also turn off expanding when there is an
overflow menu.
(gtk_toolbar_begin_sliding, stop_sliding): New functions.
(slide_idle_handler): New function. All the sliding is now done by
gtk_toolbar_size_allocate(), so the idle handler now just checks
if there is more sliding to be done.
(compute_intermediate_allocation, position): new functions
calculating intermediate steps in the slide animations. The new
animation algorithm uses a constant speed instead of a constant
must-be-finished-within time.
(struct _ToolbarContent): use
GtkAllocation goal_allocation; and
GtkAllocation start_allocation; instead of
gint start/goal_width;
* gtk/gtktoolitem.c (gtk_tool_item_set_tooltip): fix typo in
documentation
Sun Nov 23 22:26:25 2003 Matthias Clasen <maclas@gmx.de>
* gtk/gtktooltips.c (gtk_tooltips_draw_tips): Make tooltip
......
Mon Nov 24 01:47:10 2003 Soeren Sandmann <sandmann@daimi.au.dk>
Rework sliding algorithm.
- No more weird jumping when items are dragged off and added to
the toolbar,
- More natural item movement
* gtk/gtktoolbar.c (gtk_toolbar_size_allocate): Many changes. This
function is now responsible for calculating intermediate positions
during item sliding. It is also responsible for starting sliding
if items disappear. Also turn off expanding when there is an
overflow menu.
(gtk_toolbar_begin_sliding, stop_sliding): New functions.
(slide_idle_handler): New function. All the sliding is now done by
gtk_toolbar_size_allocate(), so the idle handler now just checks
if there is more sliding to be done.
(compute_intermediate_allocation, position): new functions
calculating intermediate steps in the slide animations. The new
animation algorithm uses a constant speed instead of a constant
must-be-finished-within time.
(struct _ToolbarContent): use
GtkAllocation goal_allocation; and
GtkAllocation start_allocation; instead of
gint start/goal_width;
* gtk/gtktoolitem.c (gtk_tool_item_set_tooltip): fix typo in
documentation
Sun Nov 23 22:26:25 2003 Matthias Clasen <maclas@gmx.de>
* gtk/gtktooltips.c (gtk_tooltips_draw_tips): Make tooltip
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......@@ -787,7 +787,7 @@ gtk_tool_item_real_set_tooltip (GtkToolItem *tool_item,
* @tool_item: a #GtkToolItem:
* @tooltips: The #GtkTooltips object to be used
* @tip_text: text to be used as tooltip text for @tool_item
* @tip_private: text to be used as rpivate tooltip text
* @tip_private: text to be used as private tooltip text
*
* Sets the #GtkTooltips object to be used for @tool_item, the
* text to be displayed as tooltip on the item and the private text
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