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bug #32846: page contents bottom-aligned when printing with libart

Submitted by:  Eric Wasylishen <ericw>
Submitted on:  Fri Mar 18 23:52:58 2011  
Category: BackendSeverity: 3 - Normal
Item Group: NoneStatus: Confirmed
Privacy: PublicAssigned to: None
Open/Closed: Open

Fri Dec 23 21:23:23 2011, comment #2:

Hm, that fix broke Graphos, so I reverted it for now :-(

Eric Wasylishen <ericw>
Project Member
Fri Dec 23 20:33:50 2011, comment #1:

fixed in r34352:

  • Source/NSView.m (-beginPageInRect:atPlacement:): Always translate

by the placement value. Previously, we would translate only if the
rect parameter was empty, which doesn't make sense to me.
This fixes the bug where the last page of a document printed from
Ink/TextEdit was incorrectly positioned at the bottom of the
printed page.

Eric Wasylishen <ericw>
Project Member
Fri Mar 18 23:52:58 2011, original submission:

This is the same test case as [bug #32845] "page contents incorrectly positioned when printing with cairo."

I opened the attached RTF file in Ink and used the save button in the Print
dialog to save a postscript file, using the libart backend.

The output looks mostly correct, the only problem is the contents of the last page are bottom-aligned when I would expect them to be top-aligned.

I'm not sure if this is a bug in -back or in the printing code in -gui.

GNUstep is at r32649, OS is Ubuntu 10.10

Eric Wasylishen <ericw>
Project Member


Attached Files
file #22968:  rtftest.rtf added by ericw (47kB - text/rtf)
file #22969:  rtftest-art.ps added by ericw (348kB - application/postscript)


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    Date Changed By Updated Field Previous Value => Replaced By
    Fri Dec 23 21:23:23 2011ericwStatusFixed=>Confirmed
    Fri Dec 23 20:33:50 2011ericwStatusNone=>Fixed
    Fri Mar 18 23:52:58 2011ericwAttached File-=>Added rtftest.rtf, #22968
      Attached File-=>Added rtftest-art.ps, #22969

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