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Feature #621

Drag & Drop from Search tool into playlists

Added by Ali Baba about 2 years ago. Updated over 1 year ago.

Status:
Closed
Priority:
Minor
Assignee:
-
Category:
plugins/search tool
Target version:
Start date:
February 12, 2016
Due date:
% Done:

100%

Estimated time:
Affects version:

Description

I would like to drag & drop into playlists from search tool. It works from folders, other playslists, file managers but not with the audacious search tool.

search-tool-dnd.patch (1.83 KB) search-tool-dnd.patch Paul Franke, August 13, 2016 11:33
fix-dnd.patch (1.32 KB) fix-dnd.patch Paul Franke, August 14, 2016 02:37
fix-dnd-really.patch (2.92 KB) fix-dnd-really.patch Paul Franke, August 14, 2016 15:40

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#1 Updated by Jim Turner over 1 year ago

I actually used the Search tool for the 1st time the other day and I SECOND this request!

#2 Updated by John Lindgren over 1 year ago

Yes, this would make sense. A patch would be welcome.

#3 Updated by Paul Franke over 1 year ago

I hope it is ok to post a patch this way.

#4 Updated by John Lindgren over 1 year ago

  • Status changed from New to Closed
  • Target version set to 3.8
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100

Merged, thank you!

#5 Updated by Paul Franke over 1 year ago

Great, thank you. Unfortunately the patch supporting lists that are only a drag source prevents dragging more than one selected search-tool result to a playlist. Fix attached.

#6 Updated by John Lindgren over 1 year ago

That's rather odd ... anyway, thanks for the fix, applied.

#7 Updated by Paul Franke over 1 year ago

This took me some time tracking down, but my last fix is rubbish.

Multiple selections of lists that are only a drag source get mistakenly cleared by button_release_cb because of model->frozen = true. model->frozen is set false by drag_motion. But the drag-motion signal seems to be fired for destinations only. A quick search on gtk drag-and-drop signal order revealed chapter three of http://www.compsci.hunter.cuny.edu/~sweiss/course_materials/csci493.70/lecture_notes/GTK_dragndrop.pdf.

Fix attached.

#8 Updated by John Lindgren over 1 year ago

Excellent find, thanks. I looked briefly at the logic last night trying to figure out what was really going on, but this code is very subtle; evidently even its author has trouble understanding it any more. :(

#9 Updated by Paul Franke over 1 year ago

Thank you very much merging that all so fast.

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