#35 resizing window of beta-version smed is impossible

SMED (1)

I tried to resize the main window of the new seamap editor, but this isn't possible. So I only see the upper line of the OK button & the text field

Regards, Martin

PS: Malcolm, I like the new design of the editor! Good work!


  • Nobody/Anonymous

    screenshot of smed

  • Malcolm Herring

    Malcolm Herring - 2011-12-01

    Please specify the OS & screen resolution that you are using. Also, a screen-shot of the full JOSM panel would be useful.

  • Malcolm Herring

    Malcolm Herring - 2011-12-01
    • assigned_to: nobody --> mherring2
  • Malcolm Herring

    Malcolm Herring - 2011-12-02

    Also, what Look-and-feel style are you using?

  • Martin

    Martin - 2011-12-04

    Hi Malcolm!

    Answers below:

    OS: Kubuntu 11.10

    java version "1.6.0_23"
    OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea6 1.11pre) (6b23~pre11-0ubuntu1.11.10)
    OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 20.0-b11, mixed mode)

    KDE Style: oxygen
    KDE version 4.7.2

    Screen resolution: 1280x1024

  • Nobody/Anonymous

    The problem appears to be that some JOSM look-and-feel styles generate bigger borders than others and that the plugin fixes the size of the outer container. I have found that the styles "Nimbus", "CDE/Motif" and "GTK+" all result in the partially obscured window that you are seeing. The default "Metal" is OK on all OSs as is "Windows" on a MS-Win system.

    I will pass this on to the programmer who wrote this part of the code.

  • Nobody/Anonymous

    Look & feel style in JOSM is "GTK+" here. Mixed it up with KDE designs.


  • Nobody/Anonymous

    Hi Malcolm!

    I noticed that the new seamapeditor has just been released. My problem concerning big borders in other styles than "metal" persists. Will this bug be solved in JOSM itself?

  • Malcolm Herring

    Malcolm Herring - 2012-08-21
    • status: open --> closed-wont-fix
  • Malcolm Herring

    Malcolm Herring - 2012-08-21

    This issue will be addressed in the next major release of SMED


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