I dont full understand what you are getting at here... It is not clear what the point of another option (both) would be - why it is needed etc. In any case, any changes here wont be until the next beta, but some clarity would be nice.sukemaru wrote:Hi, Sir.
I have got some ideas and needs for XMBC.
I hope "Change Movement to Scroll" action to be ONE-combined-function of two selectable methods existing ("Stiky" and "Drag"), what likes as "All-in-One Gestures / Mouse Gestures Suite" (Firefox add-on), whose optional function "Auto-scrolling + Grab-and-Drag scrolling".
3 in 1 radio buttons group: "Sticky" (until next click) / "Drag" (during button pressed) / "Both methods"
"Both methods" will give to us "Sticky" and "Drag" which depends on either length of time belongs to the button held pressing down or a mouse movement before the button released off.
And I think that "Drag" action should be with moving of the mouse pointer in the screen, that belongs to physical movements of the mouse.
(Now, "Change Movement to Scroll (Drag action)" works without moving of the mouse pointer. When I need large scrolling in an window element with "Change Movement to Scroll (w/Drag)" -- i like this method -- and i repeat letting my mouse move 2 or 3 times. In 1st action, the mouse is moved on the mouse pad from center to the edge but the mouse pointer is stayed on center of the screen. I move my mouse to center position before 2nd action, ooh, the mouse pointer is located out of the scrolling area! It makes me to relocate my mice for resetting the position with physical moving it with lifting it up, what bothers me.)
Do you mean do this for the "Unblock when the mouse moves" in chording? I could do that (currently it is hard coded to 5 pixels. I could pick it up from that registry location instead I guess - although I'm not convinced it is worth changing it?!sukemaru wrote:2.
Please, add features to Global Settings, XMBC changes Windows mouse settings for sensitivity of "Drag" and "Double-click" directly. The sensitivity of "Drag" will work as a threshold of "Drag" and a trigger switch of "Cancel Chording".
"Drag threshold rect: <n> pxls" (REG DragHeight/Width entry in "HKCU\Control Panel\Desktop" key @XP).
"Double-click threshold rect: <n> pxls", and "its interval: <n> ms". (DoubleClickHeight/Width and DoubleClickSpeed in REG "HKCU\Control Panel\Mouse" key @XP).
Why add the double click sensitivity control - its not used anywhere in XMBC? Just because you want an easy place to change the windows setting?
This is not possible - I can't change the selected folder inside explorer as it does not expose any API/Message system to do this as far as I know. All I can do is open new windows (launch new processes).sukemaru wrote:3.
Please, add new commands to the Drop-Down-List either "Explorer - Relocate window to specified folder" command, or "Explorer - Go to Desktop"(in current window) command, which shall effect like as "HOME [Alt+Home]" command on WEB browsers without open new window/tab. ** "DESKTOP(HOME)" is special shell-folder where is shown in the top of the Explorer-tree view (specified in REG "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders / User Shell Folders" key). ** It may work on window/dialog areas have a SysListView.xx class, i wish.