a simple bookmark creater/viewer for xournal
1. add / remove bookmarks in tree list
2. rename bookmarks
3. move bookmark up / down
4. hide bookmark viewer
I tried makepatch but the resulted patch file is over 500k Lol
so I have to use diff -ur ....
the bookmark viewer / creator interface is very simple
I didn't spend effort to make fancy buttons :P
if someone is interested in make it prettier, I am more then welcome to insist u :D
I create a button next to the full screen button called "B"
once u click on it, it will jump out a widgets includes a entry box, 5 buttons and a list tree view
1. create bookmark
the entry box allow u to input the name of the bookmark, once u done, click "+" and the
result will show up in the tree view
Once u click on certain bookmark(say A), the main view of xournal will jump to the corresponding page
and any bookmark u add will be created under A.
if u want the bookmark to create globally(not under any other bookmark), my solution so far is not
very convenient. Just create a random bookmark then delete it, then any other bookmark u create afterwards
will go back to global.
2. delete bookmark:
just select the target bookmark then click "-"
3. Move Up Down bookmark:
select the target bookmark then click ">" to move up "<" to move down
4. rename bookmark
double click on the target bookmark
5. hide the viewer:
Andreas Butti's code rewrite (to be completed over the next few months) already includes bookmarks as well, but in the meantime this patch will be useful.
I applied your patch (see http://github.com/dmgerman/xournal\)
There is one minor problem. When the bookmark window is killed, the bookmarks are never shown again. I suspect the window needs to handle the window kill event.
Same problem, here, though when I installed a WinMan without close botton, it's less frequent that I close it by mistake. Though the the close button that tanyeun is provided works fine.
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