Multicolored card redraw chaos

J. Landman Gay jacque at
Tue Aug 20 14:45:29 EDT 2019

In this case, no images are involved. The cards contain only LC 
controls. And the entire card, from topleft to bottomRight goes 
completely haywire, random colors and lines and visuals throughout.

In some cases it goes nuts, resolves to the correct display, then goes 
nuts again, and cycles that way a few times until it settles down on the 
crazy one. At that point you can't click anything (there's nothing 
visible to click) and you have to go to the Home card and remove the app 
from RAM before relaunching.

I don't recall seeing this in LC 9.0.5 so I may go back to that version 
to do the next build. The crazy one has been happening with a 9.5 build.

On 8/20/19 12:56 PM, Bob Sneidar via use-livecode wrote:
> That has happenned to me in standalones. My Login stack has a really nice graphic of a lock and key as a background image, and it looked like someone had taken a piece of plastic with the logo on it, and stretched the top edge to the right and the bottom edge to the left! After removing any color profiles in any of my images, it *seems* to have cleared up, but I'm not certain as to why.
> Bob S
>> On Aug 20, 2019, at 10:49 , J. Landman Gay via use-livecode <use-livecode at> wrote:
>> What's the term for when a card doesn't draw correctly when it opens, and instead of the normal display you get crazy colored diagonal lines and Jackson Pollack color splotches all over?
>> I'm getting that on an Android mobile app. Does anyone know what causes it? For now I'm loading a separate mainstack from the app stack, but it doesn't always happen. And sometimes it happens when navigating between two cards in the app stack as well.
>> Could this be related to acceleratedRendering? Because that's on.
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