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    Fixed bug Andy pointed out where list view "links" could · 94956626
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    	be activated by clicking in white space past the name.
    	Also started making changes in the direction of getting
    	keyboard selection working properly in list view (but
    	most of the work remains).
    	* libnautilus/nautilus-gdk-extensions.h,
    	* libnautilus/nautilus-gdk-extensions.c:
    	(nautilus_stipple_bitmap): New function, returns pointer to
    	static 50% stipple bitmap.
    	* libnautilus/nautilus-icon-cvanvas-item.c:
    	remove global stipple object;
    	(nautilus_icon_canvas_item_initialize_class): Remove initialization
    	of global stipple object.
    	(draw_or_measure_label_text), (draw_stretch_handles): Use
    	nautilus_stipple_bitmap () in lieu of global stipple object
    	in this file.
    	* libnautilus/nautilus-list.c:
    	(get_cell_horizontal_start_position): New function, extracted
    	from draw_row so I could use it elsewhere.
    	(nautilus_list_key): Removed function.
    	(nautilus_list_draw_focus): New function, draws keyboard-focussed
    	row with the same stipple outline used in icon view.
    	(nautilus_list_move_function_row): New function, copied & simplified
    	from GtkCList. Will probably rewrite entirely or eliminate very soon.
    	(nautilus_list_scroll_vertical): New function, copied & simplified
    	from GtkCList. Handles various keyboard commands, though not yet with
    	the behavior we actually want.
    	(nautilus_list_initialize_class): Begin to override and eliminate
    	GtkCList key bindings that we want to change. I've just started this
    	work -- all I've done so far is make space do nothing but Control-space
    	toggle the selection status of the keyboard-focussed row. I need to
    	go through and fix up all the bad inherited bindings. Also in this
    	function replace GtkCList's scroll_vertical and draw_focus function
    	pointers, and removed the key_press_event and key_release_event
    	overrides that were deliberately preventing us from inheriting any
    	of GtkCList's keyboard behavior.
    	(nautilus_list_button_release): Only activate link-text if the click
    	is in the horizontal bounds of the text.
    	(draw_row) Use get_cell_horizontal_start_position that was extracted
    	from this function.
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