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|0013642||Scribus||Tables||public||2016-01-11 05:43||2018-04-30 12:34|
|Platform||x86_64||OS||OpenSUSE 64 Bit||OS Version||13.1|
|Summary||0013642: Display issues with first table in a document|
|Description||There are a few odd issues with every first table inserted into a document:|
1) In the first row of every first-inserted table, the cursor isn't visible at 100%. The issue disappears at any other zoom level or with subsequently inserted tables.
2) The display of cell/table borders is different at 100% zoom level.
I've attached a sla.gz file that attempts to demonstrate the issue. Note that the arrow in the upper right corner of the page means "double-click here".
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table-test.sla.gz (4,777 bytes)
Also related only to the insertion of a document's first table, the display jump-scrolls to the upper left of the display area as part of the insertion (x=-7208, y=-1148 in my case). The user must scroll down and right to see their new table in its correct location. Subsequent table insertions don't jump-scroll.
Tested on svn21136 openSuse tumbleweed 64-bit x86.
I remember that I had this (or something similiar) too.
With 1.5.2 r21217 I can see the borders like Christoph - with his sla.
Cursor is ok.
With new documents I cannot reproduce.
Minimal differencies. At zoom 100% it looks like there is a distance between cellborder and cursor only in the first column.
|2016-01-11 05:43||christoph_s||New Issue|
|2016-01-11 05:43||christoph_s||File Added: table-test.sla.gz|
|2016-01-16 07:31||christoph_s||Relationship added||related to 0012030|
|2016-03-07 13:48||Kunda||Target Version||=> 1.5.4.svn|
|2016-03-30 04:00||Ben||Note Added: 0039534|
|2016-04-22 12:15||Kunda||Relationship added||related to 0013767|
|2016-04-22 12:47||Laser||Note Added: 0040390|
|2018-04-30 12:34||jghali||Target Version||1.5.4.svn => 1.5.5|