[Kst] Remaining bugs in 2.0.5
nicolas.brisset at free.fr
Thu Jul 5 23:22:25 UTC 2012
it seems to be good! Everything fixed/clarified!
I'd only close the issue with the File/New Session wish, fix the fact that when opening a file using the File -> Recent Files menu it does not ask for confirmation even if the document has been changed (oops!) and do some more plugin tests (but not today, it's become too late) and then release.
Thanks for the clarification regarding activating vs triggering Apply. Now it's clear.
And I'd be interested in some more explanations to y-shared axis boxes. I'm not sure what your "Correct" means. If the Y vectors have different ranges or different units, it won't do it? Or is the mostly-horizontal rubberband dragging for y-shared, and mostly-vertical dragging for y-shared not implemented? I'd find it neat that when selecting plots in a same line, y gets shared, and in a same column x gets shared by default.
----- Mail original -----
> De: "Barth Netterfield" <netterfield at astro.utoronto.ca>
> À: kst at kde.org
> Envoyé: Jeudi 5 Juillet 2012 05:21:18
> Objet: Re: [Kst] Remaining bugs in 2.0.5
> I think everything is done. Please look/test.
> On Thu, Jun 21, 2012 at 5:13 PM, Nicolas Brisset <
> nicolas.brisset at free.fr > wrote:
> - When you drag a text label, it first lands completely offset until
> you drag it again
> I can't see this, but I made some changes. Please verify if it is
> still there /or fixed.
> - In zoom mode it is extremely hard to call the label menu from the
> RMB. In layout mode it's OK, but not everybody will think about
> that. Sometimes it works in zoom mode, but I haven't quite figured
> out when.
> - When formatting text labels you don't see the effect in the preview
> at the top of the dialog, which would be minor if you saw the result
> when you hit apply but that's not the case. Apply seems to be
> Apply is fixed.
> - I can't get the What's this to show in the label dialog to get help
> on formatting => make it the tooltip?
> 'Help' button added.
> - When using formatted text there is no underline button, even though
> it is pretty standard (there again, LaTEX is your friend... if
> you're a geek!). If it's not too hard, we could add it for the sake
> of habit. But it's not a real must. I'll let you decide on that one.
> I don't intend to fix this unless someone thinks they want to
> underline an entire label.
> - Text labels look bad and are sluggish during drag. (Use
> transparency while dragging is checked, otherwise it looks even
> bad/sluggish is a driver issue. I think I improved the w/out
> transparency behavior (which will always be imperfect at best).
> - One more small bug: when you have an "Edit view item" window open
> and close the main window, Kst does not exit and the view dialog
> remains open.
> There are a couple other points I still have to think about more /
> experiment with:
> - y-axis shared boxes (I thought switching to create shared axis box
> and then drawing a horizontal rubberband encompassing plots in a
> same line would create a series of plots sharing y axes, but
> apparently it's not as simple as that?)
> - the save as default thing which also triggers apply
> save default doesn't trigger apply. It enables it.
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