[Kst] [Bug 300014] New: Plot dimensions automatically reset after reload session when plot is in shared axis

david.mcminn at intelligentwellcontrols.com david.mcminn at intelligentwellcontrols.com
Mon May 14 15:54:23 UTC 2012


            Bug ID: 300014
          Severity: normal
           Version: 2.0.4
          Priority: NOR
          Assignee: kst at kde.org
           Summary: Plot dimensions automatically reset after reload
                    session when plot is in shared axis
    Classification: Unclassified
                OS: MS Windows
          Reporter: david.mcminn at intelligentwellcontrols.com
          Hardware: MS Windows
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
         Component: view objects
           Product: kst

Created attachment 71091
  --> https://bugs.kde.org/attachment.cgi?id=71091&action=edit
Example data for reproducing bug

If you create some plots on the same tab (1 plot horizontally * 2 or more plots
vertically) with a shared X axis (Y axis is not shared) and then configure the
dimensions so that the plots are not an equal proportion of the vertical screen
resolution, save the session, close KST, load the same session then the plot
dimensions have been reset. I would expect them to stay as they had been

Steps to reproduce (using attached example data file):
1) Start kst, begin new session
2) Use data wizard to import the 3 columns from data.csv and create 3 plots in
the same tab, one for each column of data.
3) Create a shared axis box covering the three plots
4) RMB on shared axis box and make sure plots are not sharing Y axis
5) Edit dimensions of top plot so y=0.1 and height=0.2
6) Edit dimensions of middle plot so y=0.5 and height=0.6
7) Edit dimensions of bottom plot so y=0.9 and height=0.2
8) Save session
9) Close kst
10) Open kst
11) Load session

The dimensions of the plots seem to have reverted to automatic. Even using
"protect layout" does not protect the layout.

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