[webkit-qt] QML2 WebView behaviour

Kenneth Rohde Christiansen kenneth.christiansen at gmail.com
Wed Mar 28 04:15:31 PDT 2012

Sure, let me try.

I think this is just a question of time and we will all just use
scroll indicators. Also we could make it possible to do native
scrollbars using the flickable with some effort, like to make sure
that the relayout does not cause a resize event.

Selection is hard and we will have to find out how we want to do this
in a mouse/touch environment

Not allow mouse to actually cause panning.

Changing mouse cursors etc, maybe pressed mouse wheel panning (as they
support on windows)
html forms using native look
frame flattening? frameset?


>> There is a lot of things that would need to be fixed for the touch-interface
>> before we can dump the idea of a separate desktop mode.
> Can you list out some of the things that would need to be fixed/reasons for keeping a desktop mode around?
> If we don't do it now, I think it won't ever get done.
> BTW Simon -- I agree to just about every one of your points.
> ~Keith
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