On Thu, Nov 10, 2005 at 03:02:55PM -0400, bulia byak wrote:
> On 11/10/05, Wolfram Quester <wolfi@...> wr=
> > After selecting a non-root layer, the "(root)" in the layer selection
> > menu (the one along the bottom edge of the window) disappears. For
> > example, if the drawing has three layers: root, "layer 1" and "layer 2",
> > after selecting "layer 1", only "layer 1" and "layer 2" will remain in
> > the layer selection menu.
> > (If I now click an object that is on the root layer, the "(root)"
> > reappears
> > in the layer selection menu. So the bug is not exactly serious, provided
> > that I can select some object that is in the root layer.)
> As far as I remember that was a deliberate feature introduced by
> Mental, in order to reduce confusion of users seeing a mysterious
> "root" in every file.
thanks for enlightening. But Ambrose submitted two other bugs from
which he traced at least the first one back to the layer name change:
In  he writes:
> When I edit text objects inline the first time, nothing happens if I
> press the space bar. For example, if I try to enter "some text with
> spaces" I only get "sometextwithspaces" even if I press the space bar
> many times.
> If I click the select tool and then re-select the text tool, I can
> retroactively insert spaces into the text object.
> Using the Text and Font dialog to change text objects causes the font
> size to become
> larger and larger. (Using the text tool to edit the text in-line is ok.
> I have a drawing with 12 pt text. If I bring up Text and Font, the
> dialog shows a
> line spacing of "125%".
> If I change some text and press Apply, inkscape will change the font
> size to 125%,
> i.e., change 12pt text to 13.333 pt. If I press Apply again, it will
> change the
> font size to larger than 14 pt.
> I cannot set the line spacing back to 100% and cannot manually override
> the font size.
Can you comment on these?