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I'm interested in computer graphics, algorithms, combinatorics, mathematics, and meta programming. Languages I use are Prolog, C++, Objective-C. I make graphics and educational applications.


Mar
14
comment How to avoid hiding the region of interest with the finger?
In the general case, yes, but I think it could also be solved by scrolling the layer accordingly when I enter a border zone.
Mar
13
comment How to avoid hiding the region of interest with the finger?
Wouldn't this prevent the user from moving the object to the bottom part of the screen ?
Mar
11
comment How to avoid hiding the region of interest with the finger?
@Mervin This sounds good, thanks.
Mar
11
comment How to avoid hiding the region of interest with the finger?
@mervin What is under the finger can't be seen, because of the finger. Feel free to rephrase my question if you want, english is not my mother tongue.
Jul
4
comment Editing an array of numbers which length is variable
I don't want the user to type comas or any other form of markup characters. Hence the creation of edit boxes at runtime I mentioned in my question.
Jul
4
comment Editing an array of numbers which length is variable
One of the reason why I want to use individual fields, is because I like to use the background color of each fields to notify errors to the user, or to explain the role of each number (white for line, light gray for hole, in my example with the dashed line)