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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0014390||Scribus||General||public||2016-11-27 21:13||2019-10-18 14:47|
|Summary||0014390: Resizing with Alt+Shift+Arrow going under 0 Width/Height leads to wrongly managed Item size|
|Description||Resizing with Alt+Shift+Arrow going under 0 Width/Height leads to wrongly managed Item size.|
Expected to find this bug after looking at 0012118
|Steps To Reproduce||0) Create a new document|
1) Insert an Item
2) Select the Item
3) Reduce the size of the Item with Alt+Shift+Arrow going over the opposite side of the Item (resize under 0 value Width/Height)
The Item is correctly placed on canvas, but Width/Height values are set to minimum possible.
|Additional Information||1.5.3.svn (21536)|
|Tags||No tags attached.|
||Confirmed with 1.5.3.svn (21708) on macOS 10.12.2|
also, if you go over the boundaries with alt-shift-arrow, then the alt-shift-arrow movement will be inversed.
this will only happen if we "reverse" a shape with the keyboard and not if we "reverse" the shape with the mouse.
personally, i'm ok for whatever is easier between:
- disallowing reversing the shape. (which would match the behavior of the spinboxes)
- fixing the behavior as soon as the key alt-shift keys are released.
|2016-11-27 21:13||FirasH||New Issue|
|2016-11-27 21:13||FirasH||Relationship added||related to 0012118|
|2016-11-27 21:14||FirasH||Description Updated|
|2017-01-15 16:57||FirasH||Status||new => confirmed|
|2017-01-15 16:57||FirasH||Note Added: 0043348|
|2019-10-18 14:47||ale||Note Added: 0046799|