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sr #101916: win32: image problems

Submitted by:  Martin Brecher <mb>
Submitted on:  Fri Mar 7 10:50:23 2003  
 
Category: AppKitPriority: 5 - Normal
Severity: 2 - MinorStatus: None
Privacy: PublicAssigned to: None
Open/Closed: ClosedOperating System: None

Thu Dec 3 14:24:43 2015, comment #3:

we handle witn win32 only basic compositing (only "total transparent") and it does work now. Otherwise, the cairo backend needs to be used.

Riccardo Mottola <rmottola>
Project Member
Thu Feb 12 23:41:04 2009, comment #2:

this is a problem analyzed several times by Fred, but he got no solution yet.

it happens only on windows 2000, not on XP

it happens only on real hardware. People using virtual machines don't see it.
Employing vnc to show the screen to somebody else, installs a virtual screen driver... and magically teh problem is not gone only to the observer, but also on the local screen. So it is very hideous to show it others....

Riccardo Mottola <rmottola>
Project Member
Sun Mar 9 02:27:31 2003, comment #1:

AFAIK, the winlib graphics backend is pretty simple and
doesn't handle compositing. It would be nice if we could get
the art graphics backend working on Windows. I'm not sure
about the image shifting...

Adam Fedor <fedor>
Project Administrator
Fri Mar 7 10:50:23 2003, original submission:

OS: Windows 2000
cvs: recent ;-)

Problems:

1. Transparent areas in tiff images ouccur black. (or
is this a problem in libtiff on win32?)

See: http://www.xdev.org/shots/Ink.app-win32-Menu.jpg
and http://www.xdev.org/shots/Ink.app-win32-OpenDialog.jpg

2. Images are sometimes placed wrong.

See: http://www.xdev.org/shots/Ink.app-win32-OpenDialog.jpg

Martin Brecher <mb>

 

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