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[feat] SDL2: resize window #3775

merged 5 commits into from Mar 18, 2018


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Frenzie commented Mar 18, 2018

References #1417

Bumps base for koreader/koreader-base#614

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@Frenzie Frenzie added the UX label Mar 18, 2018


Looks fine.
Have a quick test with some epub if you didn't already, just to be sure you don't get back to page 1 (in #3740, i had to hack ReaderRolling:onChangeScreenMode() to temporarily re-enable history - just to confirm it doesn't need any more such hack)


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Frenzie commented Mar 18, 2018

Something may not be quite right about the page numbering (not in the sense of going back to page 1, but I don't think total numbers change) but I'm not too concerned by the various imperfections. My purpose here is primarily to make it easy to notice the flaws in the first place, partially with an eye to Android. The viewport can change dynamically there, but in some places the behavior is currently not quite right yet. But Android is… suboptimal to play around with.

The basic problem is that most widgets don't do anything with a ScreenResize event. You're okay in ReaderUI and sort of okay-ish in FileManager and that's mostly it.

@Frenzie Frenzie merged commit 24c0132 into koreader:master Mar 18, 2018

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