[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 40197] Enhance the hit testing to take a rectangle instead of a point

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Fri Jun 25 13:32:33 PDT 2010


--- Comment #33 from Antonio Gomes <tonikitoo at webkit.org>  2010-06-25 13:32:32 PST ---
(In reply to comment #32)
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> patch v1 - feature + tests

Things yet to be done (probably in follow up work):

- Adds more test coverage for:
* transformed content case;
* <iframe> hit test case;
* etc.

- refine our DOM API for this. It is currently Document::nodesFromRect(int x, int y, int horizontalPadding, int verticalPaddin), taking vertical and horizontal padding values.

fwiw, firefox' is similarly padding-based, but takes padding for each of the four directions, and looks like:

nsIDOMNodeList nodesFromRect(in float aX, in float aY, in float aTopSize,  in float aRightSize, in float aBottomSize, in float aLeftSize, ...);

On IRC, there was a brief discussion between Hyatt and I about what would be the ideal API. Maybe rect coordinates (i.e. x, y, width and height).

Again I think these could come in follow up bugs, as the feature gets more mature.

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