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|0011800||Scribus||Canvas||public||2013-10-22 23:46||2015-09-20 19:43|
|Target Version||1.5.1||Fixed in Version||1.5.0svn|
|Summary||0011800: Sending items to "Inline Items" causes bad canvas render|
|Description||Sending items to "Inline Items" let the item selected go over the others until you click on the grey background of Scribus or another element on the page.|
|Steps To Reproduce||I upload a file that helps understanding the problem faster.|
In the file there are 3 elements: a big red shape (opacity 70%) as background, a thin black shape and over it a text frame.
1) Select the red background
2) Go to Item- Send to- Inline Items
Now the background goes over the other 2 items which were previously on a higher level
3a) Click on the grey background of Scribus and the problem seems resolved
3b) Select either the text frame or the black shape, which you see because of the transparency of the red shape, and move it around with arrow keys.
You'll notice that it renders just a small area around it.
|Additional Information||Working with the latest revision of Scribus (now 18571)|
|Attached Files|| Testing.sla [^] (15,687 bytes) 2013-10-22 23:46|
Scrapbook.zip [^] (347,736 bytes) 2013-10-23 22:07
InlineTest.zip [^] (281,613 bytes) 2013-11-17 14:04
Inline-Item-Bug.mov [^] (1,322,504 bytes) 2015-09-20 01:45
|Can't reproduce here|
I've uploaded 3 screenshots.
1) Shows the document when opened
2) Shows what happens when you send the red shape to "Inline Items"
3) Shows what happens if you select the text frame and move it down with down arrow
Hope it helps,
I've tried to reproduce the bug many times and the result is always the same:
Every time I select an item (like a shape used as background), and send it to inline items, it jumps over the others (until you click on the grey background of Scribus or click 2 times on one of the covered shapes).
If I give transparency to the background I'm able to see the shapes that have been covered.
Selecting the area which I can see of the covered shapes and moving one of them with arrows renders just a small area around it.
I've uploaded another file (InlineTest.zip) which contains a document and 3 schreenshots (same as the my previous comment).
edited on: 2013-11-17 23:51
i reproduce : there is a temporary bad display once the "send to inline" is performed, that disappear after the user clicks anywhere once or twice.
|The issue seems resolved with Qt 5.2.0, so if someone can confirm this I suggest to close it.|
edited on: 2014-01-19 16:51
I wasn't 100% sure about this issue, so I tried harder to find the problem.
With Qt 5.2.0 the issue SEEMS resolved but I can reproduce it if I do the following steps:
0) Create a new document
1) Insert a shape as big as the page (even with smaller ones is reproducible)
2) Select the Shape and from Properties:
Colors > Fill: select "Green" + Transparency > Solid > Opacity: 50%
3) Insert another Shape (about 100mm x 100mm in the middle of the page) and give it this Properties:
Colors > Fill: select "Cyan"
4) Right click on the green Shape created previously and Send to > Inline Items
Now the green Shape is temporary over the cyan one: if you change the size of the Scribus window (and also the zoom) or click Extras > Update Document everything is normal but:
5) Select the cyan Shape which you can see due to the transparency of the green one and press one time "arrow up"
6) Re-send the green Shape to Inline Items
7) Re-select the cyan Shape and press one time "arrow up"
Only a small area around the cyan Shape is updated
The libraries I'm using are the default ones available from the openSUSE 13.1 repository except for the Qt libraries provided from the Qt official website.
Maybe JLuc can confirm what I wrote and if not this issue is probably caused by some libraries I'm using.
Here's a video about this issue, recorded with
Scribus 1.5.0 SVN (19086) - Qt 5.2.1:
(the video quality on dropbox is not that good, if you download and play it looks much better)
I can recreate the original issue on OSX 10.10.5 1.5.1 r20401 Qt5.5.0
1) Drag/Drop Testing.sla in to Scribus
2) Click red background
3) Send to Inline item
4) Click on text frame
5) move text frame down with down arrow
|2013-10-22 23:46||FirasH||New Issue|
|2013-10-22 23:46||FirasH||File Added: Testing.sla|
|2013-10-23 21:25||fschmid||Note Added: 0030767|
|2013-10-23 22:07||FirasH||Note Added: 0030769|
|2013-10-23 22:07||FirasH||File Added: Scrapbook.zip|
|2013-11-17 14:04||FirasH||Note Added: 0030846|
|2013-11-17 14:04||FirasH||File Added: InlineTest.zip|
|2013-11-17 20:54||JLuc||Note Added: 0030848|
|2013-11-17 23:51||JLuc||Note Edited: 0030848||View Revisions|
|2014-01-19 12:49||FirasH||Note Added: 0031142|
|2014-01-19 15:16||fschmid||Status||new => resolved|
|2014-01-19 15:16||fschmid||Fixed in Version||=> 1.5.0svn|
|2014-01-19 15:16||fschmid||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2014-01-19 15:16||fschmid||Assigned To||=> fschmid|
|2014-01-19 15:17||fschmid||Status||resolved => closed|
|2014-01-19 16:46||FirasH||Note Added: 0031147|
|2014-01-19 16:46||FirasH||Status||closed => feedback|
|2014-01-19 16:46||FirasH||Resolution||fixed => reopened|
|2014-01-19 16:51||FirasH||Note Edited: 0031147||View Revisions|
|2014-04-25 03:32||FirasH||Note Added: 0031808|
|2014-04-25 03:32||FirasH||Status||feedback => assigned|
|2014-07-15 03:03||FirasH||Category||Scrapbook => Canvas|
|2014-07-15 03:03||FirasH||Summary||Sending items to "Inline Items" causes wrong arrangement of levels (and render) => Sending items to "Inline Items" causes bad canvas render|
|2014-07-28 23:31||Kunda||Target Version||=> 1.5.1|
|2015-09-20 01:44||Kunda||Note Added: 0036292|
|2015-09-20 01:45||Kunda||File Added: Inline-Item-Bug.mov|
|2015-09-20 19:43||JLuc||Tag Attached: display|
|2015-09-20 19:43||JLuc||Tag Attached: render frames|
|2015-09-20 19:43||JLuc||Tag Detached: render frames|
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