[Gambas-user] wiki no scroll

Benoit Minisini benoit.minisini at gambas-basic.org
Tue Apr 4 23:15:51 CEST 2023

Le 04/04/2023 à 22:06, Christof Thalhofer a écrit :
> Am 04.04.23 um 20:05 schrieb Benoit Minisini:
>> Le 04/04/2023 à 19:39, T Lee Davidson a écrit :
>>> It seems to behave the same as it did before.
>> No, before nothing had the focus, so you had to click on the page to be
>> able to scroll it with the keyboard.
>>> The content (page-frame)
>>> has the default focus and scrolls with the arrow keys. But, the index
>>> (index-frame) has to receive focus with a mouse click to scroll with the
>>> keys. (Yes, I refreshed with SHIFT.)
>> This is what is expected. What did you think?
> Please look at the example of the Python docs.

Wow. Never done that in my life.

> There you can see that 
> the index also scrolls down if one presses <Down> or <PgDown>.

Yes. But I'm not sure this is intended.

The python doc page behaves like that because the index panel is 
included in the page panel that has the scrollbar, and has been maded 

This behaviour is weird too for my tastes!

> IMO it would be better if index and content would be tied together and 
> one can scroll down or up both with one key.
> This page is a good example:
> http://gambaswiki.org/edit/comp
> Why does only the content scroll down with <Down> and why do I have to 
> grab the mouse to click on a free space on the index on the left side to 
> scroll it down with a key if I want?

The index panel is actually completely independent of the page panel. 
This is why they scroll independently.

I'm not sure I want the index panel to be inside the page panel. I will 
see what can I do...

Benoît Minisini.

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