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Re: [bug-gv] some possibility for bug 24069

From: Markus Steinborn
Subject: Re: [bug-gv] some possibility for bug 24069
Date: Sun, 23 Nov 2008 18:02:57 +0100
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Bernhard R. Link schrieb:
> I've taken a look at the problem with the overlong scrolled Vlists.
> As gv seems to implement its own, changing is relatively easy.
> Attached is a try to work around the problem by moving the vertical
> scrolling into the vlist. 
Thank you for the patch.
> This has the disadvantage that it can only
> scroll whole entries 
IMHO that would be ok.
> and perhaps a couple of more.
> Beware that it is quite untested and not very deeply thought about,
> but it seems to do something for the TOC.

> I deem it quite possible that it might have all funny kinds of
> side-effects so handle with care, this is mostly some proof-of-concept
> so someone else perhaps finds the ideas to implement it properly...
I noticed that by a quick test: Viewing a document with only a handfull
pages (in order to give an example let's say four pages) has the side
effect when switching to the last page the page selection panel is
scrolled down without any need.

As I am not sure if the patch is suitable for a release, I attached at
to the savannah bug report. Furthermore I'll install a GNU gv with this
patch to get information about it's problems and to see whether it is
fit enough to be released.


Markus Steinborn

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