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|Status:||1 - Closed w/Resolution|
|Priority:||2 - Low, e.g. a documentation error or undocumented side-effect|
|Scope:||2 - Specific to an operating system|
|Summary:||initial hidden AGL window not visible|
|Fix Version:||1.1-current (SVN: v5997)|
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||On ppc osX (Panther,Tiger) a hidden Fl_GL_Window (in ICC Examin) is not visible() after a show() call. It needs a additional set_visible() to appear. |
This is different to at least Linux and all other widgets.
||cube_v2.cxx has a set_visible() call included around line 192. It is switchable by a macro. |
On linux all is fine with and without set_visible().
On osX, I need set_visible() to show the GL view again.
As well the second cube view behaves not normal anymore.
Possibly some context switching works not cleanly.
09:57 Jun 25, 2007
|Well I certainly see the fault with the cube-2 test... |
With the set_visible removed, it does not re-show the cube window...
With the set_visible added, it does reshow the cube window, as the linux and XP versions do.
The behaviour of the cube2 window is interesting, too. When first hiding the cube window, the cube2 window suddenly goes twice as fast (this is always the behaviour on winXP).
It returns to "normal" speed when the cube window is re-displayed.
On the mac, however, subsequent hiding of the cube window causes the cube2 window to freeze - again returning to normal when the cube window is re-displayed.
CPU load during the "freeze" state would suggest that the cube computation is still occurring, but the display is not being updated.
All quite odd.
13:38 Jun 27, 2007
|Just "for the record" this bug manifests itself on OSX whether fltk is built for Quartz or for QD. |
However - fltk2 does not show this bug, I tried making the same change to its version of the cube demo, and I can show/hide the GL box at will with no problems... And withoug the need to add the extra set_visible call.
So, somewhere in the differences, there might be a fix...!
09:29 Dec 15, 2007
|Fixed in Subversion repository. ||
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