bugGNUstep - Bugs: bug #22677, Text incorrectly positioned inside...


bug #22677: Text incorrectly positioned inside buttons (ugly)

Submitter:  Nicola Pero <nico>
Submitted:  Thu 20 Mar 2008 09:55:38 AM UTC
Category:  Gui/AppKit Severity:  3 - Normal
Item Group:  None Status:  None
Privacy:  Public Assigned to:  None
Open/Closed:  Open
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Mon 12 May 2008 10:55:00 AM UTC, comment #2: 

No - I fixed other problems - not this one. ;-)


Nicola Pero <nico>
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Mon 12 May 2008 10:28:04 AM UTC, comment #1: 

Didn't you fix that yourself right after you found the problem?
Otherwise I will look into it.

Fred Kiefer <FredKiefer>
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Thu 20 Mar 2008 09:55:38 AM UTC, original submission:  

The text in buttons is drawn too low.

If you draw an uppercase 'E', you should have the same amount
of space over and below the 'E' if the text is correctly centered

But in the current gnustep-gui implementation, the 'E' is too low. 
There is more space over the 'E' than below - the text is not
centered vertically correctly.

This is a regression, because eg, in Renaissance gnustep
screenshots from 2002 the text is perfectly centered
vertically inside buttons [but then, we didn't have proper
anti-aliased fonts at the time ;-)].


Nicola Pero <nico>
Group Member


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