[webkit-qt] prevent mainframe from scrolling
felipe at crochik.com
Fri Apr 13 05:10:30 PDT 2012
I am using resizeToContents and as far as I can tell by the code the only
thing it does is resize the GraphicsWebView to match the mainframe size.
The issue here is that using window.scrollTo will affect the rendering of
the page on the graphicsview. I tried on Grob and it works but if you try
on a qml WebView it will move the page "out" of the view.
Please try this URL on a QML WebView on Harmattan (I can provide an example
app later - don't have one ready):
http://www.crochik.com/webkit/scroll.html(make sure to click the
On Fri, Apr 13, 2012 at 5:57 AM, Kenneth Rohde Christiansen <
kenneth.christiansen at gmail.com> wrote:
> I suppose your are not using resizesToContents then? Because if you are
> not WebCore will scroll the content for you.
> On Fri, Apr 13, 2012 at 3:34 AM, Felipe Crochik <felipe at crochik.com>wrote:
>> Is there a way to prevent the mainframe from scrolling?
>> I would have hopped that by setting the QWebSettings::FrameFlatteningEnabled
>> attribute the scrollrequests would not have any effect on the mainframe.
>> Some web sites (e.g. gmail, google+) try to change the scroll position
>> is scrolled "getting out" of the QGraphicsWebView.
>> Is there any way to prevent this? Ideally I would like to keep receiving
>> the "scrollRequested" events from the page so I can adjust the "flickable
>> position" accordingly but they should not any effect on how the "mainframe"
>> is rendered on the graphics view.
>> The best I managed so far is to set a timer when my page receives the
>> scrollRequest event that will trigger resetting the scroll position to 0 on
>> the mainframe. Can't imagine that there isn't a better way...
>> BTW, I am looking for a solution using Qt 4.7.4 on Symbian and Harmattan.
>> Thanks in advance
>> webkit-qt mailing list
>> webkit-qt at lists.webkit.org
> Kenneth Rohde Christiansen
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> Nokia Mobile Phones, Browser / WebKit team
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