[Usability]Re: applets tooltip's does not appear ...
- From: Havoc Pennington <hp redhat com>
- To: "Deepa Natarajan" <deepa natarajan wipro com>
- Cc: usability gnome org, gnome-accessibility-list gnome org, desktop-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: [Usability]Re: applets tooltip's does not appear ...
- Date: 18 Apr 2002 11:14:46 -0400
"Deepa Natarajan" <deepa natarajan wipro com> writes:
> The cdplayer applet is now key navigable. Each button in the applet
> receives focus. So the applet as a whole does not receive focus, thus
> pressing Ctrl+F1 does not launch the applets tooltip.
> The tooltip is seen if the mouse is used. But not through keyboard. So
> there is no way a person will know what applet s[he] has reached.
> This is the same case now for mini-commander applet.
> IMHO this appears to be a serious issue. I am trying to investigate how
> to go about it. If someone has an idea please let me know.
You can have a container that takes focus itself and also allows its
children to be focused. I'm trying to think of a simple example in GTK
but I'm not coming up with one... maybe GtkPaned does this?
I guess GtkTextView does also in principle, but I think it's broken.
There's a "focus" method on GtkWidget you have to override to make
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