Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1309672
[KDE] Interface elements with text fields redraw problems
Last modified: 2016-12-20 13:48:39 EST
Created attachment 1128211 [details]
Superposition new and old contents of text field.
Description of problem:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
When change interface item with text content, new text is placed into the field, but old text doesn't disappear making superposition of two contents.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open document in LO Writer.
2. Select any fragment of text.
3. Change name of the font.
We see superposition of old and new text in the field "Font Name"
We see only new fontname.
1. This effect is observed only in interface text fields. For example in the "File Open" dialog when option "Use LibreOffice dialogs" is selected.
2. This effect appears only if LibreOffice works under Plasma (KDE) and isn't observed when working under XFCE.
yet another KDE related issue.
After some updates the problem solved.
All text elements of interface work fine.
I don't know which of updates solved the problem since I mostly worked under XFCE.
I was too fast. The problem came back again.
I believe this is related to bug 1291074, as it's the same sort of issue I was seeing, except I was hitting it under Gnome instead of KDE. The effect is identical, and I saw it with font lists sometimes too. (It was just easier to reproduce with the find box, which is why I reported that under the reproduction steps.)
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