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Bug 136117 - text gets clipped at certain smaller zoom level
Summary: text gets clipped at certain smaller zoom level
Status: NEW
Alias: None
Product: uml
Classification: Unclassified
Component: General Diagram (show other bugs)
Version: 6.x
Hardware: All All
: P4 blocker (vote)
Assignee: issues@uml
: 154277 (view as bug list)
Depends on:
Reported: 2008-05-30 00:29 UTC by Peter Lam
Modified: 2009-05-25 21:06 UTC (History)
0 users

See Also:
Issue Type: DEFECT
Exception Reporter:

zoomed diagram (57.14 KB, image/png)
2008-05-30 00:30 UTC, Peter Lam

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Description Peter Lam 2008-05-30 00:29:53 UTC
build 20080528.

When a diagram is at 100%, complete operations of classes are displayed. At smaller zoom level, eg, 85%, right side of
the operation is missing. See attached screenshot.
Comment 1 Peter Lam 2008-05-30 00:30:33 UTC
Created attachment 62140 [details]
zoomed diagram
Comment 2 Trey Spiva 2008-06-30 22:38:18 UTC
If you zoom to the 75% I can see that the last letter is a little cut off.  However at 50% it looks correct.
Comment 3 Yang Su 2008-08-01 00:48:40 UTC
Changed summary from "elements at smaller zoom level lost details" to "text gets clipped at certain smaller zoom level"
to better describe the issue.

This issue only happens at certain zoom level that is below 100%. One easy approach is to use glyph vector for rendering
text. The drawback is that rendering performance could slow down, and the result is not as sharp as produced by normal
rendering at any zoom level, hence it is not recommended.

Given that the issue only appears at certain zoom level, and user can easily get around by slightly modify the zoom (to
be bigger or smaller) to avoid the clipping, I think it should be a p4 or p5 instead.
Comment 4 Yang Su 2008-12-01 17:23:14 UTC
*** Issue 154277 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***