[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 15299] GTK: ChromeClientGtk.cpp does not implement mouseDidMoveOverElement()

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Mon Oct 1 16:12:08 PDT 2007


anarki at lilik.it changed:

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------- Comment #8 from anarki at lilik.it  2007-10-01 16:12 PDT -------
The committed patch makes CPU go almost 100% if connecting to the signal, as
"hovering_over_link" is fired once for each pixel you move the mouse, which
makes this unusable for embedding applications.
I'm not experienced with the codebase, so I can't provide patches, but the
signal IMHO should be fired once, with a boolean argument set to TRUE when
hovering over a link, and again once, with the argument set to FALSE when
unhovering the link.

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