[Etoys-notify] [JIRA] Updated: (SQ-162) TextMorphs can't use all the screen when using Pango.

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Sun May 31 04:55:41 EDT 2009


     [ http://tracker.immuexa.com/browse/SQ-162?page=all ]

Scott Wallace updated SQ-162:
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    Fix Version: pango
                     (was: M4: production & language (aug))

> TextMorphs can't use all the screen when using Pango.
> -----------------------------------------------------
>
>          Key: SQ-162
>          URL: http://tracker.immuexa.com/browse/SQ-162
>      Project: squeakland
>         Type: Bug
>   Components: etoys
>     Reporter: team
>     Priority: Eventual
>      Fix For: pango
>  Attachments: screenshots(2).tar.gz
>
>
> From TRAC Ticket #9276 (Antonio, feb 2009)
> With etoys-dev-4.0 till 2206 cs, Linux VM (squeak-vm_3.10.3+svn1970)
> with UsePangoRenderer preference ON, text morphs can't use all the screen, more or less 40 pixeles at the bottom can't displayed them, I'm not sure if the problem is inside the image or inside the VM because I have not Windows O.S. for test it, only Debian Linux, it look like Pango has a rigid space or a limited memory's space?
> two screenshots attached, with and without pango 
> sorry, I forgot it: only in FullScreen mode
> I have tested with differents laptops with debian, each one shows differents "blind area", always at the bottom on screen, 92 pix, 35 pix etc, perhaps the problem is inside fonts settings and how Pango use it?
>  
> (bert) I can confirm this. Pango text rendering is clipped to the area the window had when Pango was enabled. To reproduce run Etoys, place a little rectangle in the lower right corner to mark the old extent, get a text and enable pango in its halo, enlarge window, drag the text by its brown halo handle beyond the former window extent.

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