|Product:||PageStream 220.127.116.11 (MacOSX)||Reported By:||Janne Peräaho|
|Severity:||Normal||Assigned To:||Deron Kazmaier|
|Priority:||Average||sign in to watch (2 are watching)|
|Category:||Display/User Interface||Updated:||2012-01-11 16:52:53|
|Summary:||Opening Line & fill options with menu shortcut displays default settings|
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Opening object's Line & Fill settings with a menu shortcut (cmd + l) displays a dialog with default(?) object settings and not with the actual object settings.
How to reproduce?
1. Create a text column frame.
You will notice that PGS still fills the frame.
If you open the dialog by selecting Line & Fill from the menu, disable filling, and click OK, you will get a transparent frame.
Now, if you open the Line & Fill options with a cmd + l and look at the Filled option, you will see that it's ticked, eventhough filling is disabled.
|T.J. Zweers wrote...||2012-01-11 17:30:03|
Janne, I hope I understand what you mean.
So you need the see the text always (visible), isn't it? That's why it is always filled, no matter if you disabled it. A precaution by PGS.
|Janne Peräaho wrote...||2012-01-11 20:16:01|
Ah, okay. No bug then. Pressing a cmd + l is like selecting the menu item "Type->Line & Fill" and pressing an l is like selecting the menu item "Object->Line & Fill".
Both dialog windows have exactly the same title ("Line & Fill") which is a little bit confusing, IMO. I would appreciate new titling so that the windows could be identified by the title.
|Janne Peräaho wrote...||2012-01-26 02:04:35|
\n\n[Status updated to \'Invalid\' on Thu, 26 Jan 2012 02:04:35 -0500]
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Bug #333 - Opening Line & fill options with menu shortcut displays default settings by Janne Peräaho
created:2012-01-11 16:52:53 last updated:2012-01-11 16:52:53
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