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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0015172||Scribus||Graphics / Image Frames||public||2018-02-26 12:26||2019-06-04 20:56|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version||1.5.4.svn|
|Summary||0015172: double-click + keyboard adjusting image frames doesn't set "free scaling"|
|Description||Yesterday, I made a whole bunch of pages with images, and the workflow was "double-click, and then use arrows, shift-arrows & alt-arrows to adjust the image in the frame.|
Imagine my surprise when I reopened the document today and all the images were fit to the boxes again.
Turns out that using the mouse/keyboard in this way doesn't set the image frame to "Free Scaling" despite having just done free scaling.
|Steps To Reproduce||add an image frame|
add an image to it
use keyboard to scale/move image in frame
scaling/moving is gone
|Tags||No tags attached.|
Tested Linux Mint 18.3; r22413 (1.5.4svn)
I can't reproduce. Document save saves the changes.
So maybe it's fixed then - I can definitely reproduce on 1.5.3 with a blank default document, adding an image frame (it gets default scaling "To Frame Size") and then saving/closing/reopening the document loses the adjustments made to the image.
I'll try to see if I can get svn up & running to check there.
||I can reproduce this on 1.5.4-svn (r22410 I think, I used github), can I change the version on the bug somehow?|
I can't seem to edit anything above (subject, steps to reproduce, etc.) but let me attach a screencast.
vokoscreen-2018-02-26_16-26-33.mkv (836,753 bytes)
||Oh ... the scaling there was done with alt+right-arrow|
Ok, I mean.
I can reproduce this.
So: The scribus doesn't disable hotkeys in "to frame size" mode.
Yeah, ok, you could see it that way around too. From a workflow perspective, personally, I'd prefer it to just change to "free scaling" mode automatically so I don't have to scroll around there in the properties to enable free scaling, but disabling the hotkeys would avoid the "data loss".
FWIW, everything including exporting a PDF worked fine, so at least I have a document to redo my changes from :-)
||Fixed too. The scaling mode is now changed to "free scaling" if needed.|
Very nice, thanks!
Will using an svn snapshot have an adverse effect on my document, like not being able to open it with a release later?
With current snapshots there are several risks:
- a file saved with current 1.5.4.svn snapshots will not open anymore in 1.5.3 due to a change in the way colors are stored in sla file
- a file saved with a specific snapshot may not open with a previous snapshot or previous release
- a file saved with a specific snapshot may render differently in a later snapshot
- text layout can change from one snapshot to another, this is also true anyway for any 1.5.x release as 1.5.x is a development branch
However it is generally expected that a file saved with a snapshot will open with later snapshots.
I can't reproduce, works fine.
|2018-02-26 12:26||jberg||New Issue|
|2018-02-26 14:47||PeterBenedek||Note Added: 0044993|
|2018-02-26 14:53||PeterBenedek||Severity||major => minor|
|2018-02-26 14:56||jberg||Note Added: 0044994|
|2018-02-26 15:20||jberg||Note Added: 0044996|
|2018-02-26 15:21||PeterBenedek||Steps to Reproduce Updated||View Revisions|
|2018-02-26 15:23||PeterBenedek||Steps to Reproduce Updated||View Revisions|
|2018-02-26 15:28||jberg||File Added: vokoscreen-2018-02-26_16-26-33.mkv|
|2018-02-26 15:28||jberg||Note Added: 0044998|
|2018-02-26 15:29||jberg||Note Added: 0044999|
|2018-02-26 15:46||PeterBenedek||Note Added: 0045000|
|2018-02-26 15:57||jberg||Note Added: 0045001|
|2018-02-26 20:02||jghali||Assigned To||=> jghali|
|2018-02-26 20:02||jghali||Status||new => resolved|
|2018-02-26 20:02||jghali||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2018-02-26 20:02||jghali||Fixed in Version||=> 1.5.4.svn|
|2018-02-26 20:02||jghali||Note Added: 0045005|
|2018-02-26 20:56||jberg||Note Added: 0045006|
|2018-02-26 22:47||jghali||Note Added: 0045007|
|2018-03-01 18:26||PeterBenedek||Note Added: 0045016|
|2019-06-04 20:56||cbradney||Status||resolved => closed|