Bug #252 - Unpredictable behavior of resizing, not grouped, drawings
Product:PageStream (Windows)Reported By:T.J. Zweers
Severity:NormalAssigned To:Deron Kazmaier
Priority:Average sign in to watch (1 is watching)
Status:NewReported:2008-08-09 02:14:35
Category:Drawing ToolsUpdated:2008-08-09 02:14:35
Summary:Unpredictable behavior of resizing, not grouped, drawings
Keywords:drawing resizing
Attached Files:SinusForms.ilusLen:12,306 bytesMD5:b975b40241fde68e2575cf0d06b46935
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I've got an illustration with some objects and some text.
When they are grouped all looks and works as expected.
But an ungrouped illustration, all the objects selected, which I want to stretch give unexpected results.

1. Make the illustration a bit smaller, sometimes it works, but a bit more smaller it almost looks if the whole illustration is on one vertical line. At one point the illustration is even reversed.

2. Sometimes parts of the illustration, sinus forms, are (seems to be) smaller than the rest (text and lines). When select a sinus form, you cannot: where they show, they are not. Because the sinus form is at its, right, place, only invincible! Selecting the invisible sinus form and make it a bit smaller or bigger does show it again, at the right place!

3. Sometimes the illustration is that wide that it becomes outside of the normal workplace: in the pasteboard. Decreasing the (show more pasteboard) I can find the objects again, but resizing can lead to the in 1. spoken problems. At some point parts the illustration is moved at places in the pasteboard at random... So it seems.

4. Oh, oh. I had a crash at one point. I hadn't saved the illustration, so I was desperately trying to rescue it...

I've added the illustration.

T.J. Zweers wrote...2011-06-13 09:00:58

Still exists in PGS

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Bug #252 - Unpredictable behavior of resizing, not grouped, drawings by T.J. Zweers   drawing resizing
  created:2008-08-09 02:14:35   last updated:2008-08-09 02:14:35
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