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bug #19547: [GTK,KDE] Brush list editor : selection / drag and drop, and KDE

Submitted by:  David REVOY <deevad>
Submitted on:  Wed 14 Mar 2012 01:50:38 PM UTC  
 
Severity: 3 - NormalPriority: 5 - Normal
Status: ConfirmedPrivacy: Public
Assigned to: NoneOpen/Closed: Open
Release: 0.1.0Git+Planned Release: None
Operating System: Kubuntu 11.10

Sat 26 May 2012 12:44:31 AM UTC, comment #5:

After further research ( and also with the info from Joshua ), I found that the 'oxygen-gtk' widget style setup in System Setting > Apparence > Gtk+Apparence is the culprit for all my list of Mypaint bug on KDE.

Moving to the gtk engine 'greybird' (default of Xfce Xubuntu desktop where I had good test also ) solved and the icon preset selection and the drag&drops.

David REVOY <deevad>
Project Member
Thu 26 Apr 2012 09:27:41 PM UTC, comment #4:

Some news about it. Problem is now permanent on Kubuntu 12.04 :
Selection of brush group inside Brush list editor , and drag and drop of brush to a new group.

David REVOY <deevad>
Project Member
Fri 23 Mar 2012 08:14:16 AM UTC, comment #3:

I did a research here https://bugzilla.gnome.org/buglist.cgi?quicksearch=kde
And the closer I found , was this one https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=595354 for speaking about the keywords drag-and-drop and KDE. Else that, it's pretty far. So I think I will do a new report on this place soon.

David REVOY <deevad>
Project Member
Fri 23 Mar 2012 05:36:49 AM UTC, comment #2:

Next step would be to check against the GTK+ bugzilla.

Martin Renold <martinxyz>
Project Administrator
Thu 22 Mar 2012 10:27:00 PM UTC, comment #1:

I've had the same problem before, but not often, and mostly with the colour selector in MyPaint. It's not nearly as frequent as in Gimp: I constantly have to click random parts of the UI to get the pen to work on the toolbox and colour selectors in Gimp.

To clarify, what happens is parts of Gtk applications become unresponsive to pen input until I either use the mouse or interact with a different window (usually the canvas) in the same application with the pen. It's probably not specific to MyPaint and Gimp, but those are the only Gtk applications I use frequently with the pen.

I also use KDE (oxygen widgets), and my Gtk theme uses the nodoka engine, so it's not the oxygen-gtk engine typically used by KDE users at fault here.

I have no idea how to determine where the fault lies, so I just deal with the occasional MyPaint problem and try to avoid using Gimp, which does it very often. :|

Joshua Tyler <marand>
Wed 14 Mar 2012 01:50:38 PM UTC, original submission:

Hi, I have difficulties with the Brush editor list since I'm on KDE , I saw it works ok with the mouse, but with a stylus many click ( ex: select a brush ) are not responsive , and I have to select a group label before to 'wake up' the cursor. It affect also some drag and drop to groups ; etc.

David REVOY <deevad>
Project Member

 

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    Date Changed By Updated Field Previous Value => Replaced By
    Fri 23 Mar 2012 05:36:49 AM UTCmartinxyzStatusNone=>Confirmed
      SummaryBrush list editor : selection / drag and drop, and KDE =>[GTK,KDE] Brush list editor : selection / drag and drop, and KDE
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