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|0000557||Loader||User Interface||public||2012-04-04 15:15||2013-07-09 18:20|
|Target Version||0.1.0||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0000557: Remember Size and Position Of File Open Dialogue Box and Detail Columns|
|Description||Fuck this. Your code is poorly written, useless and generally shit. You're unable to make it work right, ever. A five year old could do better at C++ coding than you can! Your program makes me want to never use a computer again. I could rewrite it perfectly in a day, because I'm perfect. What a fucking joke. I'm out.|
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|Additional Information||(17:05:35) Fred: btw, with the dialogue box, is it possible to remember a resize and apply next time?|
(17:05:48) Sean: i think so yes
(17:08:08) Fred: what about the widths on the columns?
(17:08:25) Fred: those would make a huge difference to me
(17:08:35) Sean: im pretty sure all of it can be. QT has been around for a long time
(17:08:47) Fred: i'll file and issue then :-)
(17:08:53) Sean: sounds good
(17:09:11) Fred: mind if i sarcastically abuse you in it?
(17:09:19) Sean: all good :)
(17:09:19) Fred: as a tribute to how dave makes it sound i am to him
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LOL what a dic :p
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Let me see what I can do about the open dialog box......
|Whoa! I just read through that and thought "I don't remember being THAT harsh!" then realised and laughed.|
IIRC we laughed about it when you posted it :)
With mikes permission I want to post an email about this:
I'm not sure you're allowed, or supposed to save the position. Typically the OS positions it properly. My suggestion: Write a custom widget that doesn't use the OS's save file dialog if you want to position it yourself.
- Michael Carpenter
On Sun, Jul 7, 2013 at 3:38 AM, Sean Keys <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I'm trying to save the postion of a file dialog box. I think my settings lines of code are OK, but it doesnt seem to work. I suspect my problem lies here:
loadFileName = fileDialog.getOpenFileName(this, tr("Load s19 file"), loadDirectory, tr("s19 (*.s19)"));
I'm trying to saveGeometry(), after the dialog box disappears. The only thing I can think of, is to write my own slot(s), but I'm thinking there must be a better way. Any input would be appreciated sir :)
|I can live without the size, I guess, though that seems insane. What I can't live without is the initial state of details/not which has varied throughout history depending on your code and the OS settings. At one point, your code changed my entire UI experience for all apps LOL.|
"initial state of details/not which has varied "
That I can almost certainly fix that and I might even recall how.
"At one point, your code changed my entire UI experience for all apps LOL."
It may be a bit trickier than I remember. It sounds like I need to isolate the details setting from the system qt settings etc.
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