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bug #20411: National borders are fuzzy

Submitted by:  None
Submitted on:  Mon 07 Jan 2013 08:06:42 PM UTC  
 
Category: client-gtk-2.0Severity: 4 - Important
Priority: 5 - NormalStatus: Wont Fix
Assigned to: NoneOriginator Email: -unavailable-
Open/Closed: ClosedRelease: 2.3.3
Operating System: GNU/LinuxPlanned Release: 

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Mon 17 Jun 2013 11:30:33 PM UTC, comment #9:

Its not related to freeciv anymore.
Making update in gentoo fixes it.
Linux Mint 15 works ok also, ubuntu 13.04 too,
openSuse 13 was affected, but haven't checked lately

In gentoo unstable branch seems ok too now.
I updateted totally about 50 packages.
These are most suspicious:

x11-libs/libxcb-1.9.1
x11-libs/libX11-1.6.0
x11-libs/libXext-1.3.2
x11-libs/libXt-1.1.4
x11-libs/libXfixes-5.0.1
x11-libs/libXxf86vm-1.1.3
x11-libs/libXtst-1.2.2
x11-libs/libXrandr-1.4.1
x11-libs/libXv-1.0.8
x11-libs/libXinerama-1.1.3
x11-libs/libXxf86dga-1.1.4
x11-libs/libXp-1.0.2
x11-libs/libX11-1.5.0-r1
x11-libs/libXau-1.0.7-r1

Probably one of them fixed it, but I have no time to check which one.
I havent upgraded nvidia-drivers.

mir3x <mir3x>
Project Member
Wed 17 Apr 2013 11:42:58 PM UTC, comment #8:

Surely they are the same bug.
As I told in first post, it only happens with in the Linux Mint 14 partition (I use default installation for all settings of Linux Mint 14 Mate).
I don't get that weird graphics with Ubuntu 12.04, and never got them in many previous versions of Mint or Ubuntu.
Tks.
KS

Anonymous
Mon 15 Apr 2013 10:24:19 AM UTC, comment #7:

Hmm, bug #20739 looks very similar to this.

There, it started when Michal switched to the proprietary Nvidia graphics driver. Are you by any chance using that?

Anonymous
Mon 14 Jan 2013 05:42:54 PM UTC, comment #6:

Tks, Marko.
I'm an experienced user, this time with Mint I did just the same as I have always done before so many times (with previous versions of Mint and Ubuntu): I always download fresh .tar.gz and configure and make it by myself, always with same compiling options.
But this is the first time I am having this type of problem.
I tried to rename grid.png, here's output:

Unable to find client executable: freeciv
Searching for freeciv clients ...
... using ./client/freeciv-gtk2
Running ./client/freeciv-gtk2
1: Could not load gfx file "trident/grid".
0: Could not load gfx file for the spec file "data/trident/grid.spec".

BTW, with every layer turn off, except map grid, map grid is colored and shifted too.
Tks.
KS

Anonymous
Mon 14 Jan 2013 08:08:42 AM UTC, comment #5:

So it is the city outline.

- Could you test disabling everything but city outlines from View menu to see that it's drawing of the outlines themselves and not some bad interaction from other layers?

- Is it possible that you're picking another trident tileset installation earlier in search path instead of the one you assume you're using? Does it refuse to launch if you rename that grid.png as grid.backup? (or does it happily pick up some wrong one)

Marko Lindqvist <cazfi>
Project Administrator
Mon 07 Jan 2013 11:50:00 PM UTC, comment #4:

Hi. I've md5sum'ed it, I got same result as yours. Tks.
I attached a new picture, this time with City borders only.

(file #16910)

Anonymous
Mon 07 Jan 2013 09:11:33 PM UTC, comment #3:

> That looks to me like it's the citymap borders rather than the
> national borders


I don't think so. See how consistently follows national borders (similar national borders for the tile result in similar corruption). Citymap borders should be quite different.

Marko Lindqvist <cazfi>
Project Administrator
Mon 07 Jan 2013 08:59:44 PM UTC, comment #2:

That looks to me like it's the citymap borders (solid line, "View > City Outlines") rather than the national borders (dashed line) that have gone wrong.

Jacob Nevins <jtn>
Project Administrator
Mon 07 Jan 2013 08:21:04 PM UTC, comment #1:

Could it be corrupted gfx file?

> md5sum data/trident/grid.png

ec4a1a015964ae2e47db13afe6cf9e5f data/trident/grid.png

Marko Lindqvist <cazfi>
Project Administrator
Mon 07 Jan 2013 08:06:42 PM UTC, original submission:

I installed (= compiled source) Freeciv 2.3.3 in Linux Mint 14 Mate Edition.
I am getting weird national borders now. See picture attached.
Tks,
KS.

Anonymous

 

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file #16908:  Screenshot-Freeciv.png added by None (152kB - image/png)

 

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    Mon 17 Jun 2013 11:30:33 PM UTCmir3xStatusNone=>Wont Fix
      Open/ClosedOpen=>Closed
    Mon 07 Jan 2013 11:50:00 PM UTCNoneAttached File-=>Added Screenshot-Freeciv-2.png, #16910
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