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Re: Graphics issues

From: Eric Wasylishen
Subject: Re: Graphics issues
Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2011 12:02:11 -0600

Hi Andreas, 
Thanks for the detailed bug report. I narrowed down (1) to a problem with 
lockFocus and added a test case to GSTest/Image-test for it. The icons in 
GSWorkspace were working with libart not long ago, so I'll try to find out 
which of my recent NSImage changes broke it.

I haven't looked in to (2) or (3) yet but will do so.

On 2011-08-29, at 5:08 AM, Andreas Schik wrote:

> Hi there,
> on the weekend, I update GNustep from SVN (trunk) and did a completely
> fresh installation. Since then, I have several graphics issues.
> 1. When using gnustep-art, GWorkspace does not display file icons. I am
> using a viewer in symbol mode. While the navigation control in the upper
> part displayes correctly, no file/directory icons are shown in the lower
> part (symbol view). This does not apply to to gnustep-cairo. Here, the
> correct file type icons are displayed.
> 2. With both backends, it seems that images which do not have a
> resolution of 72x72 dpi are not displayed correctly. Details:
> - 72x72 is of course a value that applies to the very notebook I am
> using. Don't know whether this applies to other machines as well.
> - Images are scaled in strange ways. I observed 75x75 dpi images to be
> upscaled in the Y direction only. There were also images with 90x90 dpi
> being downscaled.
> - Example is Etoile's MenuServer. While the middle part displays
> correctly, the left and right edges as well as the logo are distorted.
> The middle image is 72x72 dpi the others are 75x75 dpi.
> 3. gnustep-cairo does not handle themes very well. Neos, at least has
> some glitches, e.g. missong knobs on scrollbars. Not a major problem,
> though.
> I appreciate if someone could shed some light on the first two issues.
> Cheers,
> Andreas
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