[konsole] [Bug 371687] Unicode characters appear cut off and mess up text height for rest of line

Horst Schirmeier bugzilla_noreply at kde.org
Wed Jan 11 18:11:21 UTC 2017


--- Comment #17 from Horst Schirmeier <horst at schirmeier.com> ---
I built konsole from the current git master (v16.12.0-23-gb7e75cf) on Ubuntu
16.10 with most KDE packages from ppa:kubuntu-ppa/backports, and I still see
vertical glyph cutoff/offsetting.  However, I may see a different bug, because
I can reproduce it with plain ASCII characters.  The relevant part of my
bugreport from the Ubuntu bug tracker

Depending on the text-cursor position (e.g., in vim), glyphs in a complete text
line in Konsole are cut off vertically. These characters need not be fancy
Unicode ones, plain ASCII suffices.

Konsole font is the default one here (Oxygen Mono, 9.0), but due to my Hi-DPI
display (14" with 2560x1440px) I set "Force fonts DPI" to 192 in KDE's
Settings->Appearance->Font->Fonts.  Also reproducible with the "Hack" font
instead of "Oxygen Mono", and/or disabling the fonts setting "Force fonts DPI".

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