#416 Clipped objects not visible

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2013-09-21
2013-06-08
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When zooming into a drawing only those objects are drawn/shown which are not clipped, i.e. which are completely enclosed in the viewing area.

I would prefer to see clipped objects

Windows 7 64 bit

Discussion

  • Dongxu Li

    Dongxu Li - 2013-06-09

    can you attach a test case dxf?

    I'm not clear on what this bug is

     
  • LordOfBikes

    LordOfBikes - 2013-06-09

    Is this identical to the github issue #397?

     
  • Jürgen Spiekermann

    Hi,
    see attached the following documents:
    Layout.dxf --> the drawing
    complete_view.png --> screen shot of the complete drawing (all objects visible)
    zoomed_view.png --> screen shot of zoomed drwaing (now all lines/objects which have to be clipped to viewing area are missing)

     
    Attachments
  • Jürgen Spiekermann

    Here the complete view

     
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  • Jürgen Spiekermann

    and the zoomed view

     
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  • LordOfBikes

    LordOfBikes - 2013-06-10

    For me it is working at this zoom level on Ubuntu 12.04 64-Bit.

    I will check this tomorrow in the office where I have Windows 7.

     
  • Dongxu Li

    Dongxu Li - 2013-06-10

    I still don't get the idea.

    I downloaded the layout.dxf file and viewed it at various zooming level.

    didn't notice anything unusual.

    I suppose you may try to indicate what zooming factor and which part is missing unexpectedly.

     
  • Jürgen Spiekermann

    Okay,
    I installed on another computer and it works fine. May be it is an interference with an elder installation of librecad. I will try to uninstall compöletely (incl. registry cleansing).

    I thin k you can close the bug

     
  • LordOfBikes

    LordOfBikes - 2013-09-21
    • summary: Clipped objects nit visible --> Clipped objects not visible
    • status: open --> closed-works-for-me
     

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