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Re: Bean: current problems

From: Gregory Casamento
Subject: Re: Bean: current problems
Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2012 10:02:45 -0500


My apologies.   I assumed you were referring to the RTF encoding
(slight lack of context here), but Riccardo pointed out that it was
colors in the defaults plist.   My old (bad) habit of not reading back
far enough bites me again.

At any rate... yes, the values in that plist are how they came over
from Cocoa.   I don't recall changing anything in there by hand.


On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 4:38 AM, Riccardo Mottola
<riccardo.mottola@libero.it> wrote:
> Hi,
> with Bean I notice several problems. I don't imply that they are
> regressions, perhaps they have been this way since ages, I didn't try Bean
> lately, so I don't remember.
> Screenshot attached.
> 1) the color encoding problem Fred mentions. The temporary workaround is
> just to remove the values. I don't know if the file is GNUstep or Cocoa
> generated, I suppose the latter, but Greg needs to confirm this, since he
> imported Bean originally.
> 2) the text typed is very strange. I'm using the cairo backend and the
> default Font draws as in the screenshot, with positioning errors. It looks
> as if a bitmapped font is placed with another positioning or something like
> that. I tried to open a RTF file generated by Ink, it has a different font
> setting and it looks perfect.
> 3) the toolbar items look strange. I don't think they need to have "toolbar
> label:" in the description
> 4) 2012-02-16 10:22:56.129 Bean[9174]
> NSNumberFormatter-getObjectValue:forString:... not fully implemented
> Riccardo
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