[Kst] Re: Behavior of plugins: parts missing

Barth Netterfield netterfield at astro.utoronto.ca
Fri Mar 11 23:42:08 CET 2011

Weird.  Creating a plot is a bug here.  I'll fix it.
On Mar 11, 2011 4:40 PM, "Nicolas Brisset" <nicolas.brisset at free.fr> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have been playing a bit with plugins and I am having trouble with the
behavior of plugins called from the create menu. If you call a filter plugin
from the RMB in a plot, you get a dialog where the input vector is
preselected and greyed out (OK, since you call it from the context menu of a
curve) and where you can set the options of the curve to be created, as well
as its placement.
> When you want to create a plugin object from the create menu, you get a
barebone dialog where you can only choose the input vector, and nothing
more. The X vector is chosen to be the input vector, and the new curve is
placed in a new plot. I don't grasp why we don't get the same dialog as in
the first case, with only the input vector freely selectable.
> Try to create a low-pass plugin on a curve from the context menu and then
on the same curve but from the global Create->Filter Plugin menu, and you'll
see what I mean!
> I guess this is pretty easy to fix, and I'd really like it fixed ASAP
because it is absolutely not user-friendly as it is - and not good enough
for screencasts! Barth, does it sound possible to fix this prior to 2.0.3 or
is it too much?
> Nicolas
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