Graphics

Qt Animation Framework 2.3 is out

Published Thursday April 23rd, 2009 | 13 Comments on Qt Animation Framework 2.3 is out
Posted in Graphics, Kinetic

Since I don’t want to take focus away from the 4.5.1 release, I’ll keep this short. We have now released an updated version of the Animation Framework solution. There are not so many visible changes to the animation classes – besides bug fixes we renamed QAbstractAnimation::iterationCount back to QAbstractAnimation::loopCount. (You don’t want to know how […]

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New (and last?) QtAnimationFramework Solution

Published Friday March 27th, 2009 | 17 Comments on New (and last?) QtAnimationFramework Solution
Posted in Graphics, Kinetic, Labs

Following the good habit of release early, release often: here we have yet another qt solutions release: the QtAnimationFramework 2.2 (and since 2.1 it’s LGPL too o/) It’s mainly a refinement of the previous version, after a round of API review and incorporating all the feedback we got internally and externally. One main modification was […]

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Animated Tiles

Published Wednesday March 4th, 2009 | 6 Comments on Animated Tiles
Posted in Graphics, Graphics View, KDE, Kinetic, Qt, Uncategorized

There’s a new example in the animations branch called “Animated Tiles”. It’s nothing very fancy, showing how to animate transitions between five defined states. But it does qualify for youtube material :-). If you want to access the code, visit the Kinetic labs page: http://labs.trolltech.com/page/Projects/Graphics/Kinetic Discussions are on #qt-kinetic on irc.freenode.net. Enjoy! (update 13:41: updated […]

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Braindump, Graphics View and the Joys of off-screen rendering

Published Friday February 27th, 2009 | 19 Comments on Braindump, Graphics View and the Joys of off-screen rendering
Posted in Graphics, Graphics View, KDE, Qt

Hi all, a short braindump from me here. Sometimes the best way to get things out of your head is to write things down. And there’s a cabin trip for Qt Software this weekend; I don’t want to be thinking about code (yeah right!). Qt is designed to support both direct (framebuffer, software) rendering (fex […]

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Solving how popups are clipped to viewport in Graphics View

Published Wednesday December 17th, 2008 | 7 Comments on Solving how popups are clipped to viewport in Graphics View
Posted in Graphics, Graphics View, Qt

Please take some time to study this image. The question is, what on earth can this be? πŸ™‚ Answer: The blue area is a projection of the view rectangle in item coordinates for one of the dialogs in the “Embedded Dialogs” demo in Qt. πŸ™‚ So you could say, it’s QGraphicsView’s viewport as seen from […]

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