[Kst] Remaining bugs in 2.0.5
netterfield at astro.utoronto.ca
Fri Jun 22 17:10:49 UTC 2012
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 reproduce this, but I did find another bug while looking for it:
you can't set the default for reference bottom left or bottom right.
> - 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.
I see this too... I'll fix it if its easy.
> - 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 broken!
I see this and will fix it.
> - I can't get the What's this to show in the label dialog to get help on
> formatting => make it the tooltip?
I get a what's this '?' icon in the window frame that works fine. You
In any case, a better system might be in order. This might even call for a
'format help' button (?)
> - 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.
Underline is *lame*.
> - Text labels look bad and are sluggish during drag. (Use transparency
> while dragging is checked, otherwise it looks even worse)
Driver issue? Upstream?
> - 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.
I see this also.
> 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?)
An axis is only shared automatically if all of the plots already have the
> - the save as default thing which also triggers apply
It does not trigger apply. It just enables the apply button, so that you
can apply if you want to.
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C. Barth Netterfield
University of Toronto
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