~sircmpwn/aerc

7a3765a36bfa1c54f8bc77c761a741d5529addcf — Jeffas 1 year, 20 days ago cded067
Fix tabstrip over-drawing when not enough space

Tabstrip didn't take into account the width of the context. Now, it just
shows as many tabs as can fit and truncates the last one if necessary.

In future it probably would be best to ensure that the selected tab is
rendered on the screen.
1 files changed, 8 insertions(+), 1 deletions(-)

M lib/ui/tab.go
M lib/ui/tab.go => lib/ui/tab.go +8 -1
@@ 167,8 167,15 @@ func (strip *TabStrip) Draw(ctx *Context) {
		if strip.Selected == i {
			style = tcell.StyleDefault
		}
		trunc := runewidth.Truncate(tab.Name, 32, "…")
		tabWidth := 32
		if ctx.Width()-x < tabWidth {
			tabWidth = ctx.Width() - x - 2
		}
		trunc := runewidth.Truncate(tab.Name, tabWidth, "…")
		x += ctx.Printf(x, 0, style, " %s ", trunc)
		if x >= ctx.Width() {
			break
		}
	}
	style := tcell.StyleDefault.Reverse(true)
	ctx.Fill(x, 0, ctx.Width()-x, 1, ' ', style)