> If you have the time, perhaps also make the progress bar
> animated over time
Ideas I have on animation
1. We could call drawink (same as button click animation) when the
progress value changes
2. We could change colours at certain progress value
more here https://medium.com/@calebkiage/creating-an-animated-progress-indicator-in-flutter-part-1-c7a95453a883
Any you'd recommend?
Nothing as fancy as that :) What I meant was having the bar animate its progress
from 0 to 100 in a cycle. You could be fancy and update the timer with a
goroutine and a channel, or you could just add an op.InvalidateOp with the
On Fri, Mar 27, 2020 at 11:07 AM Elias Naur <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Thanks. Could you increase the window height to keep the bottom radio
buttons visible? If you have the time, perhaps also make the progress bar
animated over time. Or leave it as is, up to you.
BTW, are you sending your two changes as two separate patches? If so I'd
like to point out that you can send more than one commit in a patch:
git send-email origin/master # or,say, HEAD~2
the sr.ht web flow supports several commits per patch as well.
On Thu Mar 26, 2020 at 20:59, metaclips wrote: