Adi Oanca <adioanca@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > BTW after the font stuff, I plan to work on the event handling, > > working > > my way through to RootLayer. > You mean the cursor thread and system keyboard shortcuts? You you > like > to explain a bit? Thanks. Basically that, plus removing the event handling from RootLayer. Also, if I find the time, I want to have a more powerful protocol between the input_server and the app_server to get things started. The way it's done now is a bit too simple, I think :) > You know what I'll be doing: clipping and redrawing stuff! :) Okay, I won't disturb you there in the next few days :-) > On that subject... Testing Haiku in QEmu left me a bad impression. > If I > move a window over another one, that one from the back won't update > until I finished moving the front window. I don't like that, and that > all the fault of RootLayer locking. > I think we should somehow make a region-based lock or at least make > a > drawing queue(in HWInterface) in which we can push drawing > instructions > which don't intersect with the region-selected-for-rebuild. > What do you think? Since that doesn't happen on real hardware, I would just guess that it's because Haiku runs so slow in qemu - at least I don't remember seeing it. Bye, Axel.