[haiku-webkit-commits] Re: r369 - webkit/trunk/WebKit/haiku/WebCoreSupport

  • From: "Stephan Assmus" <superstippi@xxxxxx>
  • To: haiku-webkit-commits@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 03 Apr 2010 11:50:04 +0200

Hi Humdinger,

Von: "Humdinger" <humdingerb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Hi. (Not sure I'm even allowed to reply to a webkit-commit message...)


> -- webkit@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, on Fri, 02 Apr 2010 21:19:29 +0000:
> > * Make sure in the closeWindowSoon() hook that JS code cannot find 
> > the page
> >   anymore. (As in Chromium port.)
> > * Do not ignore createWindow() requests when the resource request is 
> > empty.
> >   Follow the Chromium port and always create a window object, start 
> > loading
> >   when the request is not empty. This allows the translation page of 
> > the
> >   Haiku guide translatoin site to function.
> Now the user guide translation site
> http://userguide.haikuzone.net/documents.php 
> does open a translation panel in a new tab. BTW, in Bezilla - although 
> set to open new pages in new tabs - this panel opens in a new window. 
> This is intended behaviour, allowing you to see the entire page in the 
> background.
> Can Web+ be tweaked to accept this special case, too? I have no idea 
> how the translation panel is acually called. Maybe Vincent can help.

Ok, it is possible for WebPositive to open new pages in tabs or new windows, 
that's not a technical constraint. I just hate it usually when new pages are 
opened in new windows. Which makes this a problem of how to differentiate this 
particular case, but I am confident it's possible somehow.

> More serious: closing this panel-in-a-tab will quit Web+ completely! No 
> Terminal output.

Ok, that one will be interesting. I never bothered to close the tab when 
testing... thanks for the report!

Best regards,

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