[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 24103] [GTK] Use correct return value for WebView button-release handler

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Tue Feb 24 11:35:58 PST 2009


------- Comment #4 from xan.lopez at gmail.com  2009-02-24 11:35 PDT -------
(In reply to comment #3)
> > Slightly improve comment, don't confuse event with click.
> While I would of course prefer to actually fix the event handlers in WebCore
> that don't play together , I suppose this is a passable compromise.

I'm not sure there's anything to fix. The event model and semantics of GTK+ and
WebCore do not necesarily need to work OK together in all cases, and it's our
responsibility to act as proxies between them. For this case in particular, ap
says WebCore is working as it should be, for example.

> We might want to document somewhere that WebKit won't ever catch button events
> but still process them. Maybe in the introductory section of WebKitWebView?

Yes, I guess this should be documented. Do you think this approach in general
makes sense? We could do other things, like catch everything (return TRUE
always for both events), catch nothing (return FALSE always for both events)...

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