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stefan
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No "Do you want to save", Cropped image too large

Post by stefan »

Hi!

I think I've found two bugs in the linux-versions 1.5-static and 1.68-openmotif2.2 (and maybe others, too).

The first concerns to all the functions in the "Image" and "Filter" menus. If you change the pic using any of these and then click on the "Next Image"-button, close XnV or press page-up/down, unlike the Windows-versions no "Your image has changed, do you want to save?"-messagebox occurs, all changes are lost or written into the image (like the description) without any hint.

The second relates only to the crop-tool, the resulting pictures are always one pixel higher and wider as before (while marking) shown in the lower right corner.

Bye, stefan.
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Re: No "Do you want to save", Cropped image too la

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stefan wrote:I think I've found two bugs in the linux-versions 1.5-static and 1.68-openmotif2.2 (and maybe others, too).

The first concerns to all the functions in the "Image" and "Filter" menus. If you change the pic using any of these and then click on the "Next Image"-button, close XnV or press page-up/down, unlike the Windows-versions no "Your image has changed, do you want to save?"-messagebox occurs, all changes are lost or written into the image (like the description) without any hint.

The second relates only to the crop-tool, the resulting pictures are always one pixel higher and wider as before (while marking) shown in the lower right corner.
Ok, thanks for your feedback!
Pierre.
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