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#447 fixed r6601 PSI font requester font styles strange/missing styles Thore Böckelmann Javier de las Rivas
Description

Summary

Just found it with r6601, opening PSI window and MUI font requester missing some styles (shadow, outline and normal)

Steps to reproduce

1.Open MUI main and go to Screen/PSI option 2.Click on font gadget to get mui font requester

Expected results

Actual results

Regression

Notes

#445 fixed MUI prefs: Failed to create application (20) - on another MUI preferences run Thore Böckelmann Hubert Maier
Description

Summary

If MUI prefs is already running and started a second time, an error message in a console window pops up: Failed to create application (20).

Steps to reproduce

  1. run MUI prefs
  2. run MUI prefs again

Expected results

  1. No error message, i guess
  2. Adding "uniconify" followed by a "bring to front" would be best probably.

Actual results

See summary

  1. If the prefs window is hidden behind other windows it is brought to front.
  2. If the prefs window is iconified, nothing happens.

Regression

Nope, at least i don't think so, never tried it before.

Notes

#444 fixed SnapIT: Causes a system freeze Hubert Maier
Description

Summary

A screengrabber, based on MUI and called SnapIT (https://www.onyxsoft.se/snapit.html), is causing a complete system freeze when bringing up the context menu (right mouse click) while bubble help is active over an interactive window list.

Steps to reproduce

  1. Start it without changing anything
  2. Move the mouse cursor to the "Window List" field
  3. Wait until the help bubble comes up

There is yet another window created in the list called "SnapIT" (for the help bubble)

  1. Without moving the mouse, right click to bring up SnapIT's workbench menu

Expected results

No freeze. There should just the context menu coming up, nothing else.

Actual results

A complete system freeze with no crash, no crash log and absolutely nothing on serial. It looks like as if the system is instantly screeching to a full stop.

Regression

Don't think so, i never tested or used the program before, so i can't really tell.

Notes

Nothing useful probably, but here goes:

  1. I tried every single MUI demo, but couldn't find a similar list that will bring up bubble help, so i can't really test if this is intended behaviour, i guess not though, since i can make the right-click menu come up perfectly fine, if i right-click into the list fast enough *before* bubble help comes up and creates the new entry.
  2. I *think*, but that is a shot in the dark, that there is a race condition where MUI tries to remove bubble help (and the extra entry) while the brought up Workbench menu has already locked the SnapIT window (at least it locks the MUI preferences window in it's "Busy" setting, by stopping the amimation, if i right-click on the window border between "Save" and "Use" - so i'm assuming it does the same here?).

Program specific:

  1. There also seems to be another bug in either MUI or the SnapIT app. While bubble help comes up, focus on the formerly marked entry in the list is lost and moved wrongly down up one entry, since the whole list is moved down when bubble help's entry is added.

Let me know if you need another bug item for this.

  1. The whole window list seems to be an "object", not sure if this adds to the problem? If i move the cursor around inside the list, bubble help stays where it was first opened. If i click on another entry, no new bubble help will come up, instead it will be removed, together with the extra entry. If i now do a right-click, everythings works fine. I have to move outside the window list and come back to make bubble help reappear.
  2. There is no "bubble help" entry in "Components", so i left it undefined.

If you need more information or testing, just shout.

Thank you for the ongoing development

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