#443 BufferTabs 0.8.2: closing several buffers hides text area

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Alain Robert
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5
2005-04-25
2005-02-21
daniel
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When using buffertabs and having several buffers open,
> 5 or so. Start closing a few buffers with ctrl w (
the default shortcut for close buffer) At some point
you will get a buffer with no text area. It is not a
paint update problem minimizing or pulling other
windows over it will not cause it to be painted. The
app is not frozen menus and everything else still seem
fine. The only way to get out of this is to close that
buffer, the next one in the chain will be fine.

Versions
BufferTabs 0.8.2
jedit version 4.2 4.3pre1
java versions 1.4.2 1.5.0

Discussion

  • Alain Robert
    Alain Robert
    2005-03-19

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    I am not reproducing this one.
    What plugin are you using besides BufferTabs ?
    What type of files are you editing, does it matter to reproduce
    this ?

    Thanks,
    Alain

     
  • Alain Robert
    Alain Robert
    2005-04-25

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    I cannot reproduce this one.
    Need more details how to reproduce.

     
  • Alain Robert
    Alain Robert
    2005-04-25

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  • daniel
    daniel
    2005-04-25

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    Well I backed up my ~/.jedit directory and started adding
    all my plugins one by one and testing and I couldn't get it
    to reproduce. The thing common between all the ones with a
    problem is my config which was carried over from jedit 4.1
    and 4.2pre's I figure there is something odd or old in one
    of those that is making this behavior, only reason I can
    figure. In any case I can't seem to make it happen on fresh
    settings reconfigured so I guess its not a bug, thanks for
    looking anyways.