Peter T. Evensen
pevensen at siboneylg.com
Mon Aug 8 09:51:28 CDT 2005
Ok, it appears this may or may not be considered a bug. If I set
gRevProfileReadOnly to true, things work as expected; however, I think
things should work as expected even if it is set to false.
The problem comes in with groups when items in the groups have profiles as
well. When you switch profiles, since the group moved the items, rect
becomes a part of the profile for the items in the group when it should not
be. This seems rather esoteric behavior.
What does everyone else think?
At 03:28 PM 8/4/2005, you wrote:
>One addendum, it appears that the group I thought was working actually
>wasn't changing the location of the group on the profile switch, so the
>text field didn't move.
>This appears to be a bug: if you have a group with a profile and an object
>in the group has the same profile, the rectangles get messed up. Has
>anyone else seen this?
>At 03:24 PM 8/4/2005, you wrote:
>>I have this group consisting of 3 items:
>>a round rect, a freehand poly (together they make a balloon), and a text
>>I have 2 profiles: LevelA and LevelB
>>On the group, the profiles change the rect of the group (i.e. move the
>>bubble and enclosed caption).
>>The label field also has 2 profiles, LevelA and LevelB. This changes the
>>Content of the label (i.e., htmlText).
>>When I switch between the two profiles, the profiles on the field all of
>>a sudden gain a rect property and the text moves farther and father
>>outside of the balloon with each switch.
>>I delete the rect property from each profile of the field and from the
>>master and it keeps appearing.
>>The end result is (with the results simulate din text to the right:
>>revSetStackProfile "LevelA" => ( tex)t
>>revSetStackProfile "LevelB" => te(st )
>>revSetStackProfile "LevelA" => ( t)ext
>>revSetStackProfile "LevelB" => tes(t )
>>revSetStackProfile "LevelA" => ( ) text
>>I have another, identical group that doesn't behave this way. It is
>>almost like the rectangle property is being cached someplace and being
>>reattached to the profiles in the text field.
>>Peter T. Evensen
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