#57 Vertical scrollbar in load game screen not working

closed-fixed
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2006-12-24
2005-11-12
Suggs bill
No

When I try to load a game (in bg, bg2, pst, etc) the
scroll bar doesn't change which save files can be
loaded, the same few are show no matter what position
the bar is in.

This is using Debian/Unstable(amd64) with gemrb
compiled from latest CVS

Discussion

  • Laszlo Toth

    Laszlo Toth - 2005-11-15

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    This works for me, i tried it in bg1, bg2, iwd2 and pst.
    Most likely this is due to 64 bit problems, or an unclean
    compile.

     
  • Suggs bill

    Suggs bill - 2006-06-18

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    Once I can get gemrb to compile again I'll try this again
    with a clean checkout of gemrb to try eliminating that.

     
  • Suggs bill

    Suggs bill - 2006-06-19

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    OK, I checked again with a checkout from 19/06/06 and I'm
    still seeing the same behaviour. The scrollbar moves up and
    down but the files that can be selected don't change.

     
  • Willem Jan Palenstijn

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    This should be fixed now.
    mnbv: Can you confirm this?

     
  • Willem Jan Palenstijn

    • assigned_to: nobody --> wjpalenstijn
    • status: open --> pending-fixed
     
  • SourceForge Robot

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    This Tracker item was closed automatically by the system. It was
    previously set to a Pending status, and the original submitter
    did not respond within 14 days (the time period specified by
    the administrator of this Tracker).

     
  • SourceForge Robot

    • status: pending-fixed --> closed-fixed
     
  • Suggs bill

    Suggs bill - 2007-01-06

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    Another *long* delay, sorry.

    Yes the scrollbars work as they should now, thanks.

     

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