[texworks] Mouse/trackpad gestures on the Mac (was: new *experimental* builds)
jerome.laurens at u-bourgogne.fr
Sat Dec 3 22:15:47 CET 2011
If PDFDocumentView is a private TeXworks class, maybe it should be named with a dedicated prefix to avoid name collisions.
There is already an official PDFDocument class and a PDFView class in PDFKit.
Le 1 déc. 2011 à 19:42, Charlie Sharpsteen a écrit :
> On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 6:35 AM, JP B <jp.pourri at gmail.com> wrote:
> This (impossible to scroll with the magic mouse) is a serious problem to me, too.
> Is there a way to fix this? Would be great to be able to scroll (with old version of the previewer, this worked, at least when the page was not completely displayed).
> I however propose the following work around, unless anyone knows anything better: with the mouse pointer in the blue/gray scrolling bar (let say the right one) of the previewer window, you can scroll (vertically) with one finger on the magic mouse. If you want to scroll horizontally, you need to have the mouse pointer in the bottom blue/gray scrolling bar.
> Sorry for my english, hope this may help and thanks very much for the work: texworks is my every-day latex tool...
> This is a known issue. The problem is: I don't have a MagicMouse, MagicTrackpad, MacBook or other touch-sensitive piece of Apple hardware. So, I cannot develop and debug this functionality.
> If someone with the proper equipment wants to take a shot at developing this, I would suggest working on the new PDF viewer Stefan and I are creating as this code will replace the viewer currently used by TeXworks:
> The C++ class responsible for displaying a viewport to PDF pages is called `PDFDocumentView`. The code that defines this class lives in the files `src/PDFDocumentView.cpp` and `src/PDFDocumentView.h`.
> I will gladly merge any pull request that adds support for gesture sensitive input devices like the MagicMouse.
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