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Re: [XForms] EXTERNAL: New pre-release xforms-1.0.94pre20

From: Jens Thoms Toerring
Subject: Re: [XForms] EXTERNAL: New pre-release xforms-1.0.94pre20
Date: Thu, 31 Oct 2013 20:39:56 +0100
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.21 (2010-09-15)

Hi Justin,

On Thu, Oct 31, 2013 at 06:05:51PM +0000, Turnage, Justin wrote:
> Fdesign seems to have some issues with both pre19 and pre20. I created one
> form with about 12 buttons and a label frame and it seg faulted on me.

I've been trying to reproduce that on my machine but without
any luck yet.

> I also tried modifying some of the values on the spinner, dial, etc. And
> some of them would not change. For instance, I created a spinner, which
> creates a int_spinner as default, I put values in there and it would take
> them but only if I hit the TAB key first. If I just hit OK without hitting
> the TAB

Do you mean with "OK" the <Enter> key or the "Accept" button?
I just noticed that clicking the "Accept" button doesn't set
the value, but <Enter> (as <Tab>) does. I have to figure out
why clicking on "Accept" behaves differently...

> key it would change it back to the original value. Also if I change to a
> float spinner and change the initial value to a 0.1 it would change it back
> to a zero regardless if I press the TAB key or the OK key.

This I can't reproduce.

> Not sure if this has been with fdesign for a while or not. I'm also using
> this on a linux box that I have not been using much that is on the network
> that is accessible to me via Xmanager Enterprise 4 from my Windows 7
> desktop. The linux box is a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Client Release 5.9.
> I'll try this version on my Ubuntu box at home and see if I get the same
> result.

Well, in principle it shouldn't matter what system your using,
it should, of course, work everywhere;-) Just a uestion: do
you have some fdesign package installed on that machine?
These normally go into somewhere under '/usr' while the
new version, compiled from scratch, goes to '/usr/local'.
Having both can sometimes lead to rather srrange results
since one can't be sure what gets used. Perhaps some of
the problems you encountered could be due to something
like this?

                  Thank you and best regards, Jens
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