[Scribus] small problem

Patrick magicpage91
Sun Jun 22 21:51:24 CEST 2003

On Sun, 22 Jun 2003 20:46:14 +0200
Franky Van Liedekerke <liedekef at pandora.be> wrote:

> > Hi Patrick,
> > 
> > I didn't update gnome with the Ximian Desktop 2, just the standard
> > redhat 9 updates (and I don't think they even have any updates for
> > gnome, but I do the updates automatically, so I don't really know)
> ok, I tested it in kde and it works, but it seems that the window
> boundings there aren't perfect as well: the boundings seem to become
> slightly overwritten by the content of the window, just like if the
> inner window is moved up just a bit too much (not quite correctly
> positioned) so the result is that for example the "X" for closing the
> window is not completely visible (only 98%) but you have to look
> closely to it to see it(I was really observing the boudings so I
> discovered this, and when comparing to the main scribus window I
> really saw the difference) This might result that under gnome the
> boundings completely don't show ...
> Franky
> ---------------------------

I too am noticing some oddities in the last CVS I downloaded with the
windows and interface.  The first thing that appears to me is that the
full window for your document, the minimize, close buttons are just that
buttons, no way to tell what they are as there are no graphics on them,
just buttons.  When downsized or minimized, the buttons appear normal
with graphics.

Another thing I notice is the top ruler for the page.  The numbers
listed there seem to be cut off, as if there is something keeping them
from coming to the top to display properly.  As the mouse pointer moves
on the page, I notice the red locator arrow wipes the tops of any text
located up there and it doesn't refresh to display correctly.

I am not sure if what I am seeing is the same things you are or not, but
I suspect they are related problems.


Scribus 1.0RC1
Build ID: 19. June 2003 FCCT

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