[Kst] [Bug 247637] New: cursor pointer state inconsistent with keyboard cursor navigation.
peter.milne at d-tacq.com
Fri Aug 13 13:01:45 CEST 2010
Summary: cursor pointer state inconsistent with keyboard cursor
Platform: Unlisted Binaries
AssignedTo: kst at kde.org
ReportedBy: peter.milne at d-tacq.com
Default pointer is a cross-hair.
On using cursor keys to navigate:
PAN LEFT, PAN RIGHT : still a cross-hair : good
UP, DOWN : cursor changes to "Up-Down-Arrow", appropriate for vertical axis pan
Press SHIFT_LEFT/SHIFT_RIGHT for X_ZOOM : cursor changes to "Up-Down-Arrow" -
The X_ZOOM function still works, but the pointer is unhelpful.
Sometimes a horizontal guide-line appears. This doesn't appear to have any
On pressing LEFT/RIGHT for PAN-LEFT, PAN-RIGHT, the cursor remains in the
However, moving the mouse pointer does cause the cursor to reset to default
Reproducible: Didn't try
Steps to Reproduce:
Plot a waveform. Use keyboard cursor keys to navigate.
To be consistent, the cursor should change to "Left-Right-Arrow" when
the X ZOOM IN, X ZOOM OUT functions are active. The cursor should reset
to "Cross Hair" when any of the PAN functions (no-shift L,R,U,D) are
May be related to Bug 247634
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