[webkit-gtk] webkitgtk and Google Maps API

Carlos Alberto Lopez Perez clopez at igalia.com
Tue Aug 16 06:49:55 PDT 2016

On 16/08/16 14:48, Philippe Charpentier wrote:
> Thank you very much for your quick answer!
> The MiniBrowser is present in webkitgtk4-devel-2.12.3, but the result is
> exactly the same as with GtkLauncher: same loss of mouse functionality.
> The inspector works and shows a LOT of errors!
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This seems a Fedora specific bug.

I can reproduce your problem with the MiniBrowser shipped with Fedora 24
(From inside a chroot, with X11). When you put the mouse over the map
and you move the Mouse wheel, it scrolls the entire page rather than
zooming into the map. And if you click into the map and drags it, it
don't works.

However I can't reproduce it on Debian. There the wheel mouse behaves as
expected (zooms into the map), and you can click&drag the map.

I also tested with a recent build of WebKit trunk on Fedora 24, and it
doesn't show the problem. Only happens with the WebKitGTK+ version
shipped and packaged by Fedora.

So, not sure what could be the root cause of this, but I suggest you to
report a bug to Fedora regarding this. Maybe there is some build option
that the Fedora package enables that is triggering this.


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