great progress on dive site handling
j.bygdell at gmail.com
Fri Jun 26 23:52:46 PDT 2015
> On 27 Jun 2015, at 5:53, Dirk Hohndel <dirk at hohndel.org> wrote:
> Thanks to Tomaz for continuing to work on this.
> The poor guy did two complete implementations that we ended up rejecting,
> now he's started the third rewrite. And I think this one is promising.
> Davide, this is not a departure from what you suggested but a small
> addition - something that was doable in a limited amount of time and that
> gives us back code that works - so it's now again possible to add and
> modifiy dive sites.
> This implementation allows you to type in the location box on the notes
> panel. It will autocomplete to known sites and add a new site if an
> unknown name is entered.
> The edit button then opens a "quick edit popup" that is intended to
> quickly edit / enter data. This is done as a popup to show that this is
> just editing the site at which this dive happened.
On Mac the only way to get out of the pop-up window is to click on the top frame of the main window or switch to another application.
Both on the daily and the one I build my self.
> The full dive site management screen will then no longer be used for just
> the "edit this dive" mode but instead for more general dive site
> management - but that code doesn't exist, yet.
> I tested this quite a bit and for me it worked in all the scenarios I
> tried. I'd really appreciate if people could play with this. Miika, you
> selflessly are collecing data for us - so you have good reasons to want to
> edit dive sites right now. Please give this a try and tell us if it works
> as expected.
> I added code that I believe made the trip location edit work in a sane way
> again (that had been broken for quite a while).
Seems to work, at least the trip name is no longer saved as NULL.
> And I made another attempt to tackle the insanity of zoom on the Globe.
> So quite a few fixes, lots of things to test. Please give the latest
> master a try (I'll trigger daily builds in a moment).
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