#594 OSX Appearance: 1. Font size, 2. Menu disappears

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2013-06-02
2012-08-19
spieb
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In OSX i set the font size in the appearance options to 9pt (where it says "ready" and "normal" mode ). However if i change the virtual desktop and then return, the font size is ignored and set to the standard value. I guess the window is redraw whenever i change the desktop.
Sometimes also the menu bar dissappears, but i haven't found a way to reproduce this, so i'll keep track of that.

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  • Tim Hoffmann
    Tim Hoffmann
    2012-08-25

    Font issue:
    I applied setDesktopSettingsAware(false)
    Please continue to watch out for unwanted side effects. Possible ones include Non-native dialog boxes / controls, wrong or missing animations, non-native standard icons.

    Menubar:
    No real idea, why that happens. When docking/undocking we don't do any explicit changes on the menubar. However we'e set a custom menubar. Maybe Qt on OSX loses it at some point. I deactivated it in the SVN, so the default menubar class is used on OXS. Please check, if the problem still persists.

     
  • spieb
    spieb
    2012-08-25

    As far as i can tell the dialog boxes and icons are all the same.
    The menubar is still broken, debug output is this:

    Object::connect: No such signal QMenuBar::doubleClicked() in texmaker.cpp:932
    Object::connect: (receiver name: 'main/view/fullscreenmode')

     
  • Robert
    Robert
    2012-08-25

    Chris. I noticed that the menu bar disappears when I go to options and then configure texstudio. Perhaps what you are seeing is connected to this?

     
  • spieb
    spieb
    2012-08-28

    Yeah, it might be the same thing, since its a different window. But in this case it could be intended qt behavior, since the menu is not supposed to be accessible if the config window is opened. Do you get the same menu bug error as i do? I get this on both my mac systems.

     
  • What happens, if you remove the "menuBar()->hide();" call in line 1924
    of PDFDocument.cpp?

    Is there a difference between the Presentation and Full Screen mode of
    the pdf viewer? (i.e. how large is the window and is the menu visible there)

    And your link mentioned that double shortcut do not work there. Usually
    you can press "Ctrl+P, O" to select everything between matched
    parentheses, so that does not work on Mac?

    On 08/28/2012 11:29 PM, SourceForge.net wrote:

    Bugs

     
  • spieb
    spieb
    2012-08-30

    Im not really sure how this "Ctrl+P,O" selection works. If I press Ctrl+P on my windows machine it opens the print dialog, if I press Ctrl+O it opens the open dialog

     
  • Tim Hoffmann
    Tim Hoffmann
    2012-08-30

    It's "Ctrl+Shift+P,O":
    1. Place the cursor next to a bracket
    2. Press Ctrl+Shift+P
    3. Release all keys
    4. Press O

     
  • spieb
    spieb
    2012-08-30

    Unfortunately uncommenting the "menuBar()->hide();" line made no difference.

    Also I can confirm, the double shortcut doesn't work.

     
  • Tim Hoffmann
    Tim Hoffmann
    2012-09-12

    Chris, can you try rev. 3289, please?

     
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