[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 118445] [Qt] QtWebKit should allow sending domain specific keycode to HTML applications

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Fri Jul 12 00:58:02 PDT 2013


--- Comment #12 from Allan Sandfeld Jensen <allan.jensen at digia.com>  2013-07-12 01:00:03 PST ---
(In reply to comment #11)
> (In reply to comment #10)
> > > Anyhow the one who uses QtWebKit for those domain should touch the inner side of WebCore to assign their domain specific key value.
> > 
> > It will use Qt defined keycode values. Once a key event has been created by Qt the original values are no longer used. This is also why we need the values defined in Qt in the first place, otherwise there is no keycode value for WebKit either.
> > 
> > Qt do have most of the keys. I am looking into getting Guide, Info and Exit added as well.
> I understood that Qt::Key enum is going to have more STB/TV specific keys, but what is the DOM keyCode value for those keys? Is it based on CE-HTML(CEA 2014) or any other standard?

The keycode values in the DOM are the windows keycodes, if there is no mapping in windows there is no keycode for that key. This is why you should use the DOM standard 'key' property.

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