this was broken off from bug 165039 To improve interactivity during long page loads we need to implement nsIWidget::GetLastInputEventTime. Since it is currently not implemented, Mozilla gets the last user input event time from the viewmanager. The viewmanager only reports times for mouse and keyboard events which occur in windows associated with a viewmanager. Other mouse and keyboard events such as clicking in a window title bar are not reported so moving a window while loading a long page is sluggish. For embedded applications, clicking on native menus and interacting with native dialog boxes is also sluggish because these mouse and keyboard events times are not recorded in the viewmanager. NS_IMETHOD GetLastInputEventTime(PRUint32& aTime) = 0; Description: Get the last user input event time in milliseconds. If there are any pending native toolkit input events it returns the current time. All input events are included (ie. it is *not* limited to events targeted at this nsIWidget instance. @param aTime Last user input time in milliseconds. This value can be used to compare durations but can not be used for determining wall clock time. The value returned is platform dependent, but is compatible with the expression PR_IntervalToMicroseconds(PR_IntervalNow()).
*** Bug 172500 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
16 years ago
over to a real owner
Assignee: dcone → sfraser
Component: GFX → GFX: Mac
Priority: P2 → --
QA Contact: petersen → ian
Target Milestone: mozilla1.3alpha → ---
Product: Core → Core Graveyard
This is a mass change. Every comment has "assigned-to-new" in it. I didn't look through the bugs, so I'm sorry if I change a bug which shouldn't be changed. But I guess these bugs are just bugs that were once assigned and people forgot to change the Status back when unassigning.
Status: ASSIGNED → NEW
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