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PSPP-BUG: [bug #47251] gtk3 / sheet - partly editing of text in the data

From: Friedrich Beckmann
Subject: PSPP-BUG: [bug #47251] gtk3 / sheet - partly editing of text in the data sheet is not possible - only all or nothing
Date: Fri, 15 Sep 2017 04:23:58 -0400 (EDT)
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Follow-up Comment #5, bug #47251 (project pspp):

Hi John,

i checked this on MacOS. I run the grid.sps. When I click in the cell once,
then the cell is focused and gets a black frame. Typing something in this
state replaces the cell content completely. When I do a second click in this
state, then the cell becomes editable and I can move the cursor in the cell
content. The cursor is also positioned at the correct position in the cell
where I clicked. It gets an additional thin blue frame. When I finish editing
by typing RETURN, then cell below the edited cell has the new focus.

Doubleclicking a cell will also make it editable. 

In Libreoffice the cell only enters the "edit" state with a doubleclick, but
in MacOS Numbers, the editing is the same as in psppire. I think thats better.

I found the following problems.

Problem 1:

When the cell is in edit state with the thin blue frame and I click on another
application window, i.e. the psppire window is not in focus anymore, then cell
becomes empty white. The thick black frame remains, but the cell content is
empty white. When I click back to the psppire window, the cell content remains
white. Clicking in another cell, redraws the cell content correctly.

The same redraw problem is there when I scroll the sheet, while the cell is in
edit mode. As long as the cell remains visible, everything is o.k. but once
the cell leaves the visible area and I scroll back, then the cell is empty
white with the black focus frame.

Problem 2:

Whenever I edit cell content and finish editing, I get the following message:

(psppire:95546): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: g_object_set_valist: object class
'PsppireDict' has no property named 'size'

(file #41805)

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File name: selecting-row.JPG              Size:319 KB


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