RFR: 8237453: [TabPane] Incorrect arrow key traversal through tabs after reordering
kcr at openjdk.java.net
Wed Feb 5 23:39:09 UTC 2020
On Wed, 5 Feb 2020 23:31:29 GMT, Kevin Rushforth <kcr at openjdk.org> wrote:
>> Dragging a tab and dropping it back to it's original position causes an incorrect reordering of tabs. Incorrect order of tabs can be observed using arrow key traversal through tabs.
>> Below mechanism of identifying if tab header is dragged and dropped at same position is not reliable.
>> When a tab is selected for dragging, the tab's layout X is stored as `dragHeaderStartX`.
>> When the tab is dropped, the tab's destination layout X is saved as `dragHeaderDestX`.
>> These two values are used to decide if the reordering of tabs is needed.
>> This is an unreliable mechanism in two cases,
>> 1. When the `TabPane.TabClosingPolicy` is set to `TabPane.TabClosingPolicy.SELECTED_TAB`, the close button icon gets added only to the selected tab.
>> Each time when the tab selection is changed, the header region needs a re-layout. When a non selected tab is chosen for dragging `dragHeaderStartX` and `dragHeaderDestX` will always differ.
>> 2. Calculation of `dragHeaderDestX` involves floating point operation. So the computed `dragHeaderDestX` may sometimes vary by fraction than `dragHeaderStartX`.
>> Use the index of tab header for identifying the tabs which are reordered.
>> Save the index when reordering begins. `dragTabHeaderStartIndex`
>> Save the index when tab is dropped. `dragTabHeaderIndex`
>> If the index are same then reordering of tabs is NOT needed.
>> If the index are NOT same then the tabs from `dragTabHeaderStartIndex` to `dragTabHeaderIndex` are reordered.
>> This fix is specific to TabPane reordering. No other tests/behavior should be affected.
>> Added a new system test.
> Looks good.
I'd like @agahisas to take a look as well.
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