[Digikam-devel] [digikam] [Bug 320016] Full-screen options are not applied after restarting digikam

Alexander Stein alexander.stein at informatik.tu-chemnitz.de
Mon May 20 11:15:02 BST 2013


Alexander Stein <alexander.stein at informatik.tu-chemnitz.de> changed:

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--- Comment #5 from Alexander Stein <alexander.stein at informatik.tu-chemnitz.de> ---
(In reply to comment #3)
> Ah the problem is different. Settings is stored and restored between
> session. But you want to see digiKam started in fullscreen mode as well ?
> If yes, as i rewritten and factored all code relevant to fullscreen mode, i
> see a lots of GUI problem to start in fullscreen mode directly an
> application. Especially under OSX, digiKam GUI is completely broken. Under
> Linux, it's less catastrophic but not perfect.

I think the problem is slightly different as you describe here.
My current settings for full-screen view:
[ ] Hide toolbars
[x] hide thumbbar
[x] hide sidebars

1. Start digikam ( get into album view from my select ed album)
2. enter full-screen view:
 * sidebars are shown and opened
 * toolbar is shown
 * thumbbar is hidden
3. quit fullscreen & enter digikam configuration
4. change nothing (!) and press 'OK'
5. enter full-screen again:
 * sidebars hidden
 * toolbar is shown
 * thumbbar is hidden

The effects a smaller than the ones Romain described in comment #1 because my
toolbar and thumbbar settings match the ones digikam picks. But the sidebar
setting is wrong after startup until i store/set a new one in the
It appears to me that digikam doesn't load the saved configuration properly.
Noticed this on Digikam 3.2.0 on Gentoo, while Digikam 3.1.0 in Arch doesn't
show this behavior. Might be caused by the fact that full-screen settings just
came with 3.2.

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