superstippi at gmx.de
Sun Feb 7 13:09:37 PST 2010
On 2010-02-07 at 20:39:31 [+0100], Alexey Proskuryakov <ap at webkit.org>
> 03.02.2010, в 10:08, Stephan Assmus написал(а):
> > The culprit is that the start node returns 'false' for
> > isContentEditable().
> What is the kind of the start node here? Inputs themselves are indeed not
> contentEditable, nodes in shadow tree below them are. So, my first guess
> would the that the focus ends up being on a wrong node.
Doesn't this suggest I am doing something wrong with handling focus and
selection? I am generating mouse and keyboard events. Apparently, clicking
a text field gives it focus. I can see this in my EditorClient hooks and
entering text *does* work when I just ignore isContentEditable(). I can
also cycle through text fields with the tab key.
Note that I am not trying to "edit" the document in a fancy way. I am just
trying allow the user to click text fields in ordinary websites, like for
inputting user/password and start typing.
The question would be why keyboard events like tab and mouse events select
the "wrong" node for the event (if that's indeed the case). Am I somehow
supposed to redirect the event target in some part of the platform code? I
can't see this happening anywhere in the Qt code I looked at.
Thanks very much for any further help!
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