OpenSCAD-2014.09.05-x86-64 - curious sub menu behavior

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OpenSCAD-2014.09.05-x86-64 - curious sub menu behavior

Peter Ragosch
Hi OpenSCAD folk,

FYI, I've tested the snapshot
http://files.openscad.org/snapshots/OpenSCAD-2014.09.05-x86-64.zip on
OpenSuSE/linux x86_64 Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670 CPU @ 3.40GHz.
This snapshot runs under ***wine*** and shows a curious sub menu
behavior:

While the OpenSCAD main window was open on monitor 1 at upper left
corner, the sub menus of File to Help pops-ups at upper left corner on
monitor 2.

Once a main menu item is klicked (sometimes needed a second klick,
but than shows klicked state after a noticeable delay) the sub menu
content will change according to mouse over position on what ever main
menu item.

The File -> Open -> Open File dialog, as example, pops-up on monitor 1
at upper left corner, as expected.

Nevertheless, the menus are all working as expected.

It seems to me that Ctrl+S and Shift+Ctrl+S doesn't trigger rendering
(F5) for this version. Shouldn't it?

Running
http://files.openscad.org/snapshots/OpenSCAD-2014.09.05-x86-64.tar.gz
without any problem.

The editor works like a charm! Great work!

It would be nice to have View -> Center and View -> All as short cuts,
like Ctrl+Space and Shift+Ctrl+Space, as suggestions.

Kind regards
Peter R.


Render data of robot.scad (all modules activ)
F6 via wine:
Compiling design (CSG Tree generation)...
Rendering Polygon Mesh using CGAL...
Geometries in cache: 157
Geometry cache size in bytes: 1771808
CGAL Polyhedrons in cache: 58
CGAL cache size in bytes: 53054152
Total rendering time: 0 hours, 3 minutes, 8 seconds
   Top level object is a 3D object:
   Simple:         no
   Vertices:     3770
   Halfedges:   13128
   Edges:        6564
   Halffacets:   5578
   Facets:       2789
   Volumes:         2
Rendering finished.

F6 via linux:
Compiling design (CSG Tree generation)...
Rendering Polygon Mesh using CGAL...
Geometries in cache: 157
Geometry cache size in bytes: 1771808
CGAL Polyhedrons in cache: 58
CGAL cache size in bytes: 54055640
Total rendering time: 0 hours, 1 minutes, 35 seconds
   Top level object is a 3D object:
   Simple:         no
   Vertices:     3770
   Halfedges:   13128
   Edges:        6564
   Halffacets:   5578
   Facets:       2789
   Volumes:         2
Rendering finished.

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Peter Ragosch wrote
FYI, I've tested the snapshot
http://files.openscad.org/snapshots/OpenSCAD-2014.09.05-x86-64.zip on
OpenSuSE/linux x86_64 Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670 CPU @ 3.40GHz.
This snapshot runs under ***wine*** and shows a curious sub menu
behavior:
Hmm... wine... why? (just curious ;)

Peter Ragosch wrote
While the OpenSCAD main window was open on monitor 1 at upper left
corner, the sub menus of File to Help pops-ups at upper left corner on
monitor 2.
I had a similar menu issue where the menus did behave strange when OpenSCAD was running on the second screen. But I could not reproduce that after the next start anymore.
It's likely a Qt5 issue. It seems they are having the focus on mobile stuff and don't care too much about the "legacy" widgets. I've seen different GUI display problems in all builds from time to time. I guess we have to find some time to build a small demo app and see if that happens there too.

Peter Ragosch wrote
It seems to me that Ctrl+S and Shift+Ctrl+S doesn't trigger rendering
(F5) for this version. Shouldn't it?
Yes and no. That happens only in case you have "Automatic Reload and Compile" active.
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I've has spurious menu issues, but I also have that with other apps on occasion (flaky keyboard/mouse pad thingi), but I suspect an OpenSCAD aspect.
I'll try to be more observant re specifics...
I think it has a window/sub-window focus issue.
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Peter Ragosch
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Am Fri, 5 Sep 2014 05:42:18 -0700 (PDT)
schrieb tp3 <[hidden email]>:

> Peter Ragosch wrote
> > FYI, I've tested the snapshot
> > http://files.openscad.org/snapshots/OpenSCAD-2014.09.05-x86-64.zip
> > on OpenSuSE/linux x86_64 Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670 CPU @ 3.40GHz.
> > This snapshot runs under ***wine*** and shows a curious sub menu
> > behavior:
>
> Hmm... wine... why? (just curious ;)
>

OK, for performance issues I wouldn't run openSCAD under wine,
normally - just a test. But nice to know it works, and that is not
that usual for many other applications.

> Peter Ragosch wrote
> > It seems to me that Ctrl+S and Shift+Ctrl+S doesn't trigger
> > rendering (F5) for this version. Shouldn't it?
>
> Yes and no. That happens only in case you have "Automatic Reload and
> Compile" active.
>

"Automatic Reload and Compile" was not active during my test, my
fault ;)
With "Automatic Reload and Compile" activated Save triggers
rendering as expected.

Regards
Peter

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Peter Ragosch wrote
FYI, I've tested the snapshot
http://files.openscad.org/snapshots/OpenSCAD-2014.09.05-x86-64.zip on
OpenSuSE/linux x86_64 Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670 CPU @ 3.40GHz.
This snapshot runs under ***wine*** and shows a curious sub menu
behavior:

While the OpenSCAD main window was open on monitor 1 at upper left
corner, the sub menus of File to Help pops-ups at upper left corner on
monitor 2.
I encountered the exact same issue. My configuration:

Laptop: Toshiba Satellite Amd Athlonx2 64bit
OS: Linux Mint 17 MATE 64bit +  Wine (1.62)
OpenSCAD: windows version of 2014.07.22 snapshot.

This issue doesn't go away after a fresh start or even reboot.

Because of that issue, I switched to the 2014.05.31 snapshot (Linux version), which doesn't have that issue. Guess OpenScad can't take too much alcohol.

$ Runsun Pan, PhD
$ libs: scadx, doctest, faces(git), offline doc(git), runscad.py(2,git), editor of choice: CudaText ( OpenSCAD lexer); $ Tips; $ Snippets
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runsun wrote
Because of that issue, I switched to the 2014.05.31 snapshot (Linux version), which doesn't have that issue. Guess OpenScad can't take too much alcohol.
What about the latest Linux snapshot? Is that working?
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runsun
tp3 wrote
What about the latest Linux snapshot? Is that working?
Haven't tried that. I can take a look when I have time.
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