[Kst] [Bug 153385] New: Z-mode + Clean-up layout causes improper redraw
dwiebe at physics.utoronto.ca
Mon Dec 3 22:52:01 CET 2007
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Summary: Z-mode + Clean-up layout causes improper redraw
Platform: Compiled Sources
AssignedTo: kst kde org
ReportedBy: dwiebe physics utoronto ca
Version: 1.5.0 (using KDE KDE 3.5.8)
Installed from: Compiled From Sources
Compiler: gcc (GCC) 4.1.2
When looking at a plot in "Z-mode" (ie. the full-window mode you get when you key "Z" on a plot), the "Cleanup Layout" option available from the right-click menu causes an improper redraw of the kst window.
Steps to reproduce:
1. create some plots
2. maximise one plot to the whole window by keying "Z"
3. Right click -> Cleanup Layout -> Default Tile
The previously maximised plot is drawn in the location it would have been placed, had clean-up layout been used without Z-mode active. The remainder of the window is never repainted subsequently, until Z-mode is undone by hitting "Z" again.
While in Z-mode, clean-up layout should either do nothing, re-arrange the windows "in the background" (ie. so that when the user leaves Z-mode, the plots will be in their cleaned-up orientation, but leaving the window otherwise unchanged in the interrim), or else force an exit from Z-mode before doing the clean-up.
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