"Vidar Hokstad" ####@####.####
4 Oct 1999 18:26:29 -0000
On Mon, 4 Oct 1999 12:04:37 -0600 you wrote:
>Text clipping works in windows, but I can't clip text with a clip
>region other than the entire window clip region, yet.
Thats okey... The widgets use windows extensively, since they're as
lightweight as they are.
>Funny! When I first ran your nanoWidgets and saw the textfield
>cursor, the first thing I did was hit an arrow key to move it, and of course
>the program quit! ha ha. I think microwindows should handle the arrow key
>processing... I suppose you want me to add that? I seem to remember
>some fancy code that knows the difference between ESC and ESC [ A.
Maybe... The ESC thingy should be possible to disable easily anyway... For
the applications I'll be using it for, being able stop the window system
is a no-no (at least for the "non-geek" version :-). And I already handle
it somewhat. It should probably be a lot better though. I'd like to see
input from more people on that.
I'm working on a listview widget now (to handle <select> tag's in HTML)
and when that's semi-working I'll take a look at what's required for a
good widget for <textarea>... That will of course require more extensive