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Talk:QML List with inline editable items
Hi Kkrish, the Qt SDK link mentioned in the articles metadata was re-directing to a 'Not found page'. I have added link for Qt SDK 1.1.2, if you think the app will work with latest Qt SDK as well then please edit that link.
13:01, 10 February 2012 (EET)
Kkrish - Hi
I have made the changes :)
13:43, 29 February 2012 (EET)
Hamishwillee - Meant to still be in draft?
Nice job - is this still meant to be in Draft category? If not, can you please remove. I've removed Qt category, as this is implied by the Qt Quick category, and Code Snippet as this is implied by the Code Example (ie it has a downloadable Zip file).
My first thought on this is that I might like to use the idea, but I'd want to use it with existing Qt Quick components. At the moment the construction of the list is monolithic - what would be great is if you separated the button item into its own QML file and based this on the QML List item - with editable as a property of the item.
In any case, I think this would be better split into components from a documentation point of view. Then you can explain any special parts of it. For example, what you're doing with the innermousearea. At the moment this is useful for people who understand QML, but you could with a little work also teach people who don't know so much.
05:36, 7 March 2012 (EET)
Thanks for comment. I really like your idea to make this as an component. Sure I will modify this soon.
06:34, 7 March 2012 (EET)