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|0002911||[ardour] bugs||trivial||always||2009-11-10 11:53||2010-04-24 03:29|
|Summary||0002911: Ardour Window Twitches Around When Performing Mouse Clicks|
I believe this was introduced a few minor versions ago (was not present in 2.7.*).
When I click my mouse to do anything from using the menu to dragging a track, the window will jump one pixel to the right, then to the left on the next clip.
I have noticed that Ardour is one or two pixels too large for my display when I unmaximize it. I cannot resize it to make it smaller, so it goes off the screen a very little bit. Perhaps this is related.
I attached a short demonstration video.
|Additional Information||I am using Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic. I am using Compiz, but when I use Metacity with no effects turned on, Ardour does not even maximize so I cannot see if it is reproducible there.|
out.ogv [^] (2,443,538 bytes) 2009-11-10 11:53
100_3366.JPG [^] (334,238 bytes) 2009-11-21 17:04
compiz_off.png [^] (93,726 bytes) 2009-12-29 09:43
Screenshot.png [^] (96,996 bytes) 2010-01-14 00:27
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2010-01-07 21:10: Chauncellor (US$ 10)
Please excuse the crudity of the picture as a regular screenshot wouldn't capture the problem, but if you notice, Ardour will actually run itself over to the next desktop when maximized.
I would classify this as minor now as it really does disturb my workflow. When I try and click on small objects (such as the faders on the tracks), a lot of times the click will miss because the display was wrong by one pixel.
Same issue here - even on a 1280x1024px screen the main window is about 10px too wide. So it keeps flipping back and forth with every click.
When I disable Compiz, the main window could be maximized, but it is offset by about 5px.
|Adding another screen from an old PPC iBook running Ardour 2.8.2 on Ubuntu Karmic 9.10 (XFCE).|
Seems this is a dupe of bug 0002950:
|However, I am using a 1280x1024 monitor. Can we not see the fonts scaled a smidgen by default, as that was the solution to the problem?|
its not *directly* related to font size - it all depends on the real and the reported DPI of your monitor. we've found it more or less impossible to find a way to accurately know how large a given font size will be in pixels, and this is by design - a 10pt font needs to be a different number of pixels depending on the kind of display it is used on (think a small mobile PDA/phone versus a projector).
the default font scaling in ardour is "none" (i.e. we use the natural scaling that the font handling system uses).
|2009-11-10 11:53||Chauncellor||New Issue|
|2009-11-10 11:54||Chauncellor||File Added: out.ogv|
|2009-11-10 18:25||Chauncellor||Issue Monitored: Chauncellor|
|2009-11-21 17:04||Chauncellor||Note Added: 0007136|
|2009-11-21 17:04||Chauncellor||File Added: 100_3366.JPG|
|2009-12-29 09:39||mrmccrash||Note Added: 0007269|
|2009-12-29 09:43||mrmccrash||File Added: compiz_off.png|
|2009-12-29 09:43||mrmccrash||Tag Attached: ui|
|2009-12-29 09:44||mrmccrash||Issue Monitored: mrmccrash|
|2010-01-07 21:10||Chauncellor||Sponsorship Added||Chauncellor: US$ 10|
|2010-01-07 21:10||Chauncellor||Sponsorship Total||0 => 10|
|2010-01-14 00:27||Chauncellor||Note Added: 0007307|
|2010-01-14 00:27||Chauncellor||File Added: Screenshot.png|
|2010-02-14 00:31||Chauncellor||Note Added: 0007376|
|2010-02-14 00:36||Chauncellor||Note Added: 0007377|
|2010-02-25 09:14||paul||Note Added: 0007386|
|2010-04-22 05:15||cth103||Relationship added||related to 0003076|
|2010-04-24 03:28||cth103||Category||bugs => bugs2|
|2010-04-24 03:29||cth103||Category||bugs2 => bugs|
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