#134 Sometimes fails to redraw properly after scrolling downwards

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nobody
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2014-03-14
2013-11-17
qwach
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At some point, scrolling downwards shows copies of what was at the bottom of the screen before scrolling (or something else from the part of the document below?) instead of what's really below. Scroll down and back up again, or select the glitchy area with any tool, and everything looks fine. Persists, need to test conditions. Extremely annoying.
Kubuntu 13.10 with Xournal 0.4.7, can't reliably reproduce it yet. There doesn't necessarily need to be any content in the document.

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  • qwach

    qwach - 2013-11-18

    It even happens sometimes just after starting Xournal with the default empty page, and persists across Xournal restarts for a while.

     
  • qwach

    qwach - 2013-11-29

    Not happening anymore, perhaps it wasn't xournal's fault after all?

     
  • jandob

    jandob - 2014-03-14

    Still happening for me. On archlinux with awesome wm. version 0.4.7

     
  • Denis Auroux

    Denis Auroux - 2014-03-14

    Unfortunately, this is likely a bug either in the libgnomecanvas library or in the window-manager -- xournal does all the on-screen rendering through libgnomecanvas, and most likely the problem comes from somewhere other than the xournal code. Try downgrading libgnomecanvas to an older version, or testing with a different window-manager.

    Denis

     

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