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bug #23660: Drawing issues for control borders with art backend

Submitted by:  Quentin Mathé <qmathe>
Submitted on:  Sat Jun 21 10:34:15 2008  
 
Category: BackendSeverity: 3 - Normal
Item Group: BugStatus: Confirmed
Privacy: PublicAssigned to: Fred Kiefer <FredKiefer>
Open/Closed: Open

Tue Aug 19 18:58:54 2008, comment #3:

I had a deeper look into this and it turns out that the original class inspector panel looks fine even with the art backend. But due to size differences that panel gets scaled up and art doesn't handle this well. The horizontal lines get blured.
So this is nothing that could be corrected in Gorm, even when all the inspectors are designed for the same size, a user could just resize the window. Perhaps this change is still worthwhile, at least the default look would be better.

I don't see much chance of improving this in the art backend. Perhaps we could just note this as a limitation of that backend.

Fred Kiefer <FredKiefer>
Project MemberIn charge of this item.
Fri Jul 11 15:30:21 2008, comment #2:

Have you checked the sizes to confirm this? If so I'll be glad to correct the issue.

I'm wondering, though, are non-integer sized controls necessarily an issue since they are possible, given that the sizes are expressed in terms of floats rather than integer values.

What I do know is that when the controls palette was created, it was done with integer values as was every other palette

Gregory John Casamento <gcasa>
Project Administrator
Sun Jun 22 18:52:41 2008, comment #1:

The interesting bit here is that other controls get drawn correctly with the art backend in Gorm. For example, if you drag a text field onto a new window it will look OK, even though the template has a wrong right border.
My suspicion is that the drawing depends on the size of the control and that Gorm may use non-integer sized controls. In that case this is rather a Gorm bug and less one of the art backend.

Fred Kiefer <FredKiefer>
Project MemberIn charge of this item.
Sat Jun 21 10:34:15 2008, original submission:

Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy) x86
GCC 4.1.3
base, back, gui, gorm: r26686

Art backend seems not to draw control borders as it should. As you can see on the attached screenshot 'class-editor-backart', borders for text fields, table views and specially buttons look a bit thick and blurry. It's more visible if you compare the two attached screenshots of the same window: one with art and one with cairo. In the cairo screenshot, many things look different but the important point is that the control borders look as they looked previously with art. Unfortunately I cannot remember at which point these drawing glitches appeared for the first time with the art backend.

Quentin.

Quentin Mathé <qmathe>
Project Member

 

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file #15896:  class-editor-cairo.png added by qmathe (23kB - image/png)

 

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    Tue Aug 19 18:58:54 2008FredKieferStatusNone=>Confirmed
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    Sat Jun 21 10:34:15 2008qmatheAttached File-=>Added class-editor-backart.png, #15895
      Attached File-=>Added class-editor-cairo.png, #15896

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