Yes, but the problem is, Gaim as it exists now does not allow the user to
keynav to anything other than the text entry widget - I.E. try
tabbing/shift tabbing, nothing happens. this means that I can't review
the text of the conversation or chat, select users to IM in a chat room,
On Wed, 26 May 2004, Mark Doliner wrote:
> This patch cannot be applied as-is. You remove the focus signal handler...
> this signal handler is used to give focus to the entry widget when a new
> conversation window is created or when switching to a different conversation
> tab. This behavior MUST remain unchanged. We try to force the entry to have
> focus in switch_conv_cb, but that isn't working. I think gtk is choosing to
> set focus to the whatever it wants AFTER we attempt to grab focus for the entry.
> Why is this a problem in the first place? When opening a chats with a topics
> (eg IRC channels), a user should be able to immediately beging typing into the
> text entry widget. If the entry widget is not explicitly chosen to have
> focus, then focus is given to the "title" text entry widget at the top of the
> window, and that's bad.
> On Tue, 25 May 2004 23:02:01 -0600 (MDT), Marc Mulcahy wrote
> > This patch does the following:
> > * Adds tab and shift tab to the "allowable" keys processed by the
> > gtkimhtml's window.
> > * Removes the "focus" signal handler on the pane -- this handler prevents
> > focus from ever leaving the text entry widget.
> O O Mark Doliner
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