[Gtk-sharp-list] Gtk.DotNet && System.Drawing && Images, strange behavior
plushpuffin at gmail.com
Wed Jun 25 15:15:17 EDT 2008
> The top-left image is in the proper location, but the other three are
> shifted down 29 pixels (they shouldn't be shifted down at all), which
> makes no sense.
I think I've discovered the reason for this. It can't be coincidence that my
menu strip is 29 pixels tall. It seems that, after drawing an image, the
graphics library (or the Drawingarea widget itself) mistakenly adds the
height of the menu strip a second time to the Drawingarea's y-offset. After
drawing the NEXT image/polygon/line, however, it seems to recalculate and
get the right y-offset again.
I have no idea why it screws up or why it fixes itself afterward. If someone
else can confirm that does seem to be a bug (and that it's not one of those
"up late last night, eyes bloodshot, brain fried, ignoring something that's
staring me right in the face" situations), then I'll go find out how to
submit a bug report.
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