1. 01 Sep, 2020 1 commit
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  9. 21 Aug, 2020 1 commit
    • Nate Graham's avatar
      [folder view] Smooth out icon size steps · 9c25757b
      Nate Graham authored
      Right now, we have the following icon sizes available:
      
      16 (small)
      22 (smallMedium)
      32 (medium)
      48 (large)
      64 (huge)
      128 (enormous)
      
      As a result, the differences between the first couple of options are very
      small, while the differences between the last two are dramatic. it feels
      a bit too abrupt.
      
      This commit removes the smallest size and adds a new 96px size in between 64
      and 128 to make the jump less abrupt. Appaopriate 96px places icons were
      added in frameworks/breeze-icons!36.
      
      As a result, these are the new icon size options:
      
      22 (smallMedium)
      32 (medium)
      48 (large)
      64 (huge)
      96 (large * 2)
      128 (enormous)
      
      The default icon size (64) remains the same.
      
      People who were previously using a non-default size that is not the
      largest one will experience their icons becoming a bit larger.
      (22->32, 32->48, 48->64, 64->96).
      9c25757b
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  17. 13 Aug, 2020 1 commit
    • David Redondo's avatar
      Integrate standard shortcuts into global shortcuts kcm and rename it to just "Shortcuts" · c2d07beb
      David Redondo authored
      The standard shortcuts kcm is dropped and instead a new category "Standard Shortcuts" shown in the kcm. The standard shortcuts themselves are divided into some categries like navigation and edit to make finding a particular shortcut easier. The model specific behavior and changing of shortcuts of the model is moved into a base class. Both the new standard shortcuts model and the kglobalaccel model (renamed from ShortcutsModel) inherit from the base and implement their own saving and loading methods. ShortcutsModel now combines both of these model. It is a KConcatenateRowsProxyModel extended to support the tree models that are two levels deep.
      c2d07beb
  18. 12 Aug, 2020 3 commits