Can't rezise window after loading image

Bug #49371 reported by tedeskar
This bug affects 4 people
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g3data (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

After loading an image for extracting data the size of the window increases outside the window. Some of the most important GUI commands are outside the monitor screen. This happened on the hoary package aswell. The problem is that the window doesn't resize vertically after the image is loaded if tagged in the upper corner as all other wondows does. I have tested if the size of the loaded image has any influence but it does not to be a solution to rescale the image in gimp before loading the image.

This bug makes the programme not practically useful because you are unable to export the extracted data.

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tedeskar (edeskar) wrote :

The errormessage in the terminal window is:

(g3data:10202): GdkPixbuf-CRITICAL **: gdk_pixbuf_new_from_file_at_scale: assertion `filename != NULL' failed


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ciax (mdabramo) wrote :

Just to inform that the same bug is present in g3data-1.5.0-2ubuntu1 in dapper drake.


William Grant (wgrant)
Changed in g3data:
status: Unconfirmed → Confirmed
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Barry deFreese (bddebian) wrote :

Bug still exists in Feisty as well.

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Stefano Costa (steko) wrote :

I can confirm this also on my laptop with Feisty. This bug is quite annoying because the program is completely useless this way, most of the commands are not accessible with mouse pointer.
Please fix this.

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abraggio (braggio) wrote :

I can confirm the bug with my version ubuntu dapper amd64.
I can suggest a stupid trick that do not solve the problem but at least could help to use the program.
Using Alt+F7 you can move the window as you like.
Please fix anyway the bug

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Leandro (leandromartinez98) wrote :

The bug is still present in Karmic. The program can be used with the Alt key to move the
window, but it is anoying. Also the "maximize" button does not work either.

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Alain (ac-denoyelle) wrote :

Bug still present in Lucid Lynx.
Everything above still true.

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Taras Kuzyo (kuzyo-taras) wrote :

the same on precise

dino99 (9d9)
tags: added: lucid precise
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Luigi R. (xluigi84) wrote :

same on ubuntu 13.04

tags: added: raring
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