[webkit-gtk] WebView avoiding propagation of some GtkWidget signals
anand.nekkunti at atherenergy.com
Mon Jan 11 02:52:28 PST 2016
I have cross compiled webkitgtk 2..10.3 to my arm board using yocto
everything working fine except google map , whenever i am trying to open
google map, it is hanging , Please could help me regarding this
On Mon, Jan 11, 2016 at 4:13 PM, Mario Sanchez Prada <mario at webkit.org>
> On 08/01/16 19:47, philip.chimento at gmail.com wrote:
> > [...]
> > I think it makes a lot of sense, what you say above about always
> > FALSE specifically for mouse move events. With a click, I can see why the
> > WebView should swallow it; a click is always intended for one target. But
> > with a mouse movement, the mouse pointer is _there_ in the new location
> > whether a target reacts to it or not.
> > So even if you are drawing on a <canvas>, for example, that handles the
> > mouse move events, why shouldn't GTK be able to handle them as well?
> I talked to Carlos on IRC and we agreed on that always propagating motion
> events makes sense for exactly the reasons you exposed here, so I'm going
> back to my original proposal and doing that instead of messing with storing
> and re-emitting events, which might be a bit overkill for this case.
> See the related bug: https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=152974
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