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0013649ScribusPDFpublic2018-04-30 13:30
Reporterlongli Assigned To 
PriorityhighSeveritymajorReproducibilityalways
Status newResolutionopen 
Platformwindows ntOSwindowsOS Versionwindows 10
Product Version1.5.1svn 
Target Version1.5.5Fixed in Version 
Summary0013649: Bad pattern placement when exporting to PDF and using image X-Pos/Y-Pos
Description1. I find a bug in scribus150format.cpp , begin you open 141.sla, you need fix the bug at first.

currItem->maskTransform -> currItem->setMaskTransform


Fixed in r20682

2. Bad pattern placement when exporting to PDF and using (Image X-Pos Y-Pos)

Mail attachments include "the scribus file" and "the pdf file".

thanks.

Partial patch committed in r20964 (per 0013649:0038629)
Another patch committed in r20969
Steps To Reproduce1. fix the bug at first
2. open "the scribus file" and save as pdf
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related to 0013645 closedjghali Bad pattern placement when exporting to PDF and using bleeds 

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longli

2016-01-13 11:28

reporter  

141.zip (848,386 bytes)

longli

2016-01-13 16:07

reporter   ~0038120

Last edited: 2016-01-14 02:29

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I update svn Revision to 20676 and test, be sure 0013645 question has been fixed. but this question is another problem, you can download 141.zip to check it.

longli

2016-01-14 01:46

reporter   ~0038141

it's use Transparency Pattern

jghali

2016-01-14 20:57

administrator   ~0038164

I fixed the incorrect loading of mask transform parameters. The PDF export part is unfortunately not so easy.

longli

2016-01-15 03:34

reporter   ~0038168

We always need to use this function for manipulating pictures. We'd appreciate that you can solve this problem as soon as possible.

jghali

2016-02-10 20:35

administrator   ~0038629

I applied a first patch which fix this particular case. There are however still problems in more complex cases, noticeably when modifying pattern x/y offset.

Kunda

2016-02-11 15:31

manager   ~0038641

updated summary to reflect change of issue # 2

longli

2016-08-29 04:03

reporter   ~0041939

as jghali say, There are however still problems in more complex cases. there are still issues when using image X-Pos/Y-Pos and pattern X/Y offset. Is there a way to fix the problem?

test file: 142.zip

longli

2016-08-29 04:04

reporter  

142.zip (1,192,781 bytes)

longli

2016-09-05 03:07

reporter   ~0041976

Is there anyone who can answer this question?

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2016-01-13 11:28 longli New Issue
2016-01-13 11:28 longli File Added: 141.zip
2016-01-13 13:46 Kunda Relationship added related to 0013645
2016-01-13 16:07 longli Note Added: 0038120
2016-01-14 01:46 longli Note Added: 0038141
2016-01-14 02:29 Kunda Note Edited: 0038120 View Revisions
2016-01-14 20:57 jghali Note Added: 0038164
2016-01-14 20:57 jghali Target Version => 1.5.1
2016-01-15 00:07 Kunda Description Updated View Revisions
2016-01-15 00:07 Kunda Description Updated View Revisions
2016-01-15 03:34 longli Note Added: 0038168
2016-01-23 17:16 cbradney Target Version 1.5.1 => 1.5.3
2016-02-10 20:30 jghali Summary Bad pattern placement when exporting to PDF and using (Image X-Pos Y-Pos) => Bad pattern placement when exporting to PDF and using omage X-Pos/Y-Pos
2016-02-10 20:31 jghali Summary Bad pattern placement when exporting to PDF and using omage X-Pos/Y-Pos => Bad pattern placement when exporting to PDF and using image X-Pos/Y-Pos
2016-02-10 20:35 jghali Note Added: 0038629
2016-02-11 15:31 Kunda Description Updated View Revisions
2016-02-11 15:31 Kunda Note Added: 0038641
2016-02-11 15:41 Kunda Description Updated View Revisions
2016-08-29 04:03 longli Note Added: 0041939
2016-08-29 04:04 longli File Added: 142.zip
2016-09-05 03:07 longli Note Added: 0041976
2016-12-08 22:04 Kunda Target Version 1.5.3 => 1.5.4
2018-04-30 13:30 jghali Target Version 1.5.4 => 1.5.5