#119 print margin over content

v0.3.0
closed-rejected
nobody
Editor (234)
5
2005-01-19
2005-01-18
No

I tried to activate the print margin, to get some
straightness in my pod. Unfortunately I had to
deactivate it again, because the line lies over the
code, not under it.

This happens in v3.0.0 as in v3.0.8. I tried several
times and this is 100% reproducable on my System.

I attach a screenshot, so you know what I'm talking about.

This is not that serious bug, just a bit annoying. And
to close, for space's sake: Great Work!

p

Discussion

  • LeO

    LeO - 2005-01-18

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    Q: Does this happen as well in the Java-Editor?

    If yes => not our mistake.
    If not => different settings in coloring?

     
  • Robert Sedlacek

    Robert Sedlacek - 2005-01-18

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    Yep, it also happens in plain text (I didn't know that this
    has a print-margin too, resp. that the print-margin comes
    from eclipse itself). I'll address this to eclipse.

    sry,
    p

     
  • LeO

    LeO - 2005-01-19

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    Since it happens in the plain text as well, then it's an
    Editor issue, provided by Eclipse. So, I don't see anything
    more to do from our site, except waiting for a fix in
    Eclipse. Then it should work as well in EPIC.

     
  • LeO

    LeO - 2005-01-19
    • status: open --> closed-rejected
     

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