bugAKFQuiz - Bugs: bug #17156, scrquiz doesn't handle resizing of...

 
 

bug #17156: scrquiz doesn't handle resizing of the windows

Submitted by:  Andreas K. Förster <akf>
Submitted on:  Thu 20 Jul 2006 03:32:20 AM UTC  
 
Category:  scrquiz Severity:  2 - Minor
Item Group:  None Status:  Wont Fix
Privacy:  Public Assigned to:  Andreas K. Förster <akf>
Open/Closed:  Open Operating System:  any

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Wed 09 Aug 2006 02:41:30 PM UTC, comment #1:

Perhaps I should explain the "wont fix" status a little. For Free Pascal it seems that it cannot be fixed at all with the current version of Free Pascal. The size is also limited to 255 width or height. If one of them is larger, the size falls back to 80x25. That are both limitations of the Compiler, so I cannot fix them.

With GNU Pascal there isn't such a limit, and I could probably handle resizing of the window correctly. If you want me to do it, ask for it...

Andreas K. Förster <akf>
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Thu 20 Jul 2006 03:32:20 AM UTC, original submission:

The program scrquiz checks the size of the display only, when it is started. Resizing the display/window while it is runnning is not supported.
Making the window smaller can even garble the display, so just don't do it.

Andreas K. Förster <akf>
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