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    • Jan Hambrecht's avatar
      fix typo · e67f3d94
      Jan Hambrecht authored
      svn path=/trunk/koffice/; revision=740694
      e67f3d94
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    • Jan Hambrecht's avatar
      I promised to deliver something, so here it is: · a9d52fcb
      Jan Hambrecht authored
      A connection shape which is a parameter shape and 
      which can be manipulated with the standard path
      tool. You can change the type of the connection 
      and connect/disconnect to and from other shapes.
      Loading and saving is not implemented yet.
      You can change the stroke of the connection like 
      with every other shape by using the stroke docker.
      
      
      svn path=/trunk/koffice/; revision=733107
      a9d52fcb
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      Changed api for transformation related methods in KoShape. · c0983937
      Jan Hambrecht authored
      When doing shape transformations one has to know that there
      are two coordinate systems involved. The first one is the
      global (absolute) coordinates system, the one that corresponds
      to the document. The second is the local coordinates system
      that is only relevant to a single shape. To distinguish on
      which coordinate system a methods works, there is the
      "absolute" prefix for the methods dealing with the global,
      document based coordinate system.
      
      methods working relative to the globale coordinate system:
      
      absolutePosition()
      setAbsolutePsotion()
      absoluteTransformation() -> was transformationMatrix before
      applyAbsoluteTransformation() -> was applyTransformation()
      
      methods working relative to the shape coordinate system:
      
      position()
      setPosition()
      rotate()
      setShear()
      setScale()
      transformation()
      setTransformation()
      applyTransformation()
      
      Additionally i removed the moveBy methods which used to
      be relative to the global coordinate system. I removed
      that one as one can simply type
      setAbsolutePosition( absolutePosition() + QPoinF(dx,dy) )
      to have the same effect as before.
      
      I hope that makes it easier to use transformation of
      shapes.
      
      
      svn path=/trunk/koffice/; revision=700574
      c0983937
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