#186 details: window & stats line refresh

development
closed-fixed
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2002-08-28
2002-08-14
Anonymous
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I am sorry I can't reply you directly in the mailing
list (BW, how to?).

The flicker I mentioned is much more apparent in
the SGI version (I don't know why). For the Solaris
and Linux version, if I don't watch carefully, I would
never notice that.

What I observed is, as the "enter" is hold down, the
cursor moves down as well, and I can observe the
bottom border of the stats line is moving up and
down frequently. It is the quick shift of border of
the stats line cause the text window shaking.

Information about my system:

NEdit release of Aug 13, 2002

Built on: IRIX, MIPS, SGI MipsPro
Built at: Aug 13 2002, 17:57:20
With Motif: 1.2.4 [@(#)OSF/Motif Version 1.2.4]
Running Motif: 1.2
Server: Mandrake Linux (XFree86 4.1.0, patch
level 17mdk) 40100000

The offical release of nedit (version 5.3) don't has
this kind of problem.

Thanks.

Discussion

  • Nathan Gray

    Nathan Gray - 2002-08-14

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    If you reply to the mailing list the message will reach us
    eventually. In any case, please don't open a new bug
    report every time you have additional info--just add a
    comment to your original bug report.

    As for the bug, it's been identified and we're testing a
    fix. Take a look at the devel mailing list archives if you
    want to grab the patch and try it yourself.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    This should be fixed in cvs now. Please try the latest
    version and let us know if it works for you.

    -n8gray

     
  • Scott Tringali

    Scott Tringali - 2002-08-28
    • milestone: --> development
    • priority: 5 --> 3
    • assigned_to: nobody --> n8gray
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     
  • Scott Tringali

    Scott Tringali - 2002-08-28

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    Fixed. Thanks, Nate. Will reopen if it needs more work.

     

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