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Bug 62683 - scrollbar acts incorrectly with wide graph
scrollbar acts incorrectly with wide graph
Product: Gnumeric
Classification: Applications
Component: Sheet Objects
git master
Other All
: Normal normal
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Assigned To: Jon Trowbridge
Jon Trowbridge
Depends on:
Reported: 2001-10-19 23:57 UTC by Adrian Custer
Modified: 2004-12-22 21:47 UTC
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Description Adrian Custer 2001-10-19 23:57:32 UTC
If you create a graph wider than the screen area and scroll back, as you
return the scrollbar "thumb" increases in size. This prevents the user from
scrolling back to the end of the graph. This is critical in time series.

1) new gnumeric
2) A1:a10 gets 1:10
3) B1:B10 gets 11:20
4) Plot -> linegraph -> finish
5) As the graph is placed drag past the right of the plot area so the plot
ends up approx D4:AD14
6) use srollbar to get back to start of sheet
--> the "thumb" gets bigger and at end has taken up the whole scroll area
so the right scroll arrow doesn't work.

'confused boy'
Comment 1 Adrian Custer 2001-10-19 23:59:08 UTC
After you resize the plot area, the thumb starts behaving correctly.
Comment 2 Jody Goldberg 2001-10-25 14:21:34 UTC
This would not be graph specific.
I'll have a look shortly.
Comment 3 Jody Goldberg 2001-10-30 18:59:50 UTC
Ok, I was not rechecking the bounds after an object was added.
fixed in CVS.