#264 two small glitches on camera filter dialog

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2006-08-12
2006-08-12
John B.
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A couple small glitches on the camera filter dialog:

1.) It says "applying filter..." even after its done
doing so.

2.) The contents of the pane for a filter's
parameters goes wider than it should and causes a
scroll bar to appear in the pane.

Discussion

  • Peter Eastman

    Peter Eastman - 2006-12-02

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    I can't reproduce either of these problems. Could you post detailed instructions? Thanks!

     
  • John B.

    John B. - 2006-12-04

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    For the "Applying Filter" bug, here are steps to reproduce on Windows XP:
    1. Open AoI 2.4beta.
    2. Edit the default camera object and click the Filters button.
    3. Click the Configure Preview button, and set anti-aliasing to medium. Click Okay.
    4. On my machine (Windows XP) it renders the scene and applys the filter, and then says "applying filter" even after its done applying the (lack of) filter. And that message doesn't go away unless the window gets redrawn, which I can make happen by covering it with another application's window and then uncovering it. This happens when a filter is active, too. Its probably a GUI updating bug that may not happen on Mac.

    I found that the Filter Parameter's scroll pane bug (#2 above) only seems to happen now with the HDR Exposure Correction. Steps to reproduce:
    1. Open AoI 2.4beta.
    2. Edit the default camera object and click the Filters button.
    3. Add an HRD Exposure Correction filter to the list on the right. On my machine, it's parameters are wider than the pane natively holds, making a horizontal scroll bar appear. Another Windows Specific GUI problem perhaps?

    Peter, I have a lot of time on my hands at the moment and I'm very excited to help debug, let me know if there is anything else I can to do help with these, or any other bugs. Thanks!

     

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