Button leaving behind droppings
alex at tweedly.net
Tue Jul 5 08:22:19 EDT 2005
Dave Cragg wrote:
> On OS X, I get the droppings too, (I always wondered what the
> technical term was. Thanks.) but only when the button is selected and
> is set as default. It seems the droppings are left by the selection
> handles, and not the button. Is that the same on Windows?
When I select the button, I get two sets of droppings
- remnants of gray squares from the selection handle
- remnants of black lines along the trailing edge of the button
When the button is not selected, I get only the black lines left behind
- and they are only on the trailing edge, and are apparently single
When I switch from Edit (pointer) tool to Run (browse) tool, the
droppings all disappear. When I hit an arrow key, they all disappear.
But when I hit the tab key, focus moves to the next button, but the
Thanks to you and John for checking - I feel safe entering it as a BZ
now - #2974
Alex Tweedly http://www.tweedly.net
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