Chris Halls wrote:
This does solve the issue with the colour of the buttons but not the disappearing date from the date field with the pop-up calendar. Will it be a case of native widget set or coloured buttons or will they ultimately live happily together?On Tue, 2004-11-30 at 12:10 +0000, Phill Gillespie wrote:A screenshot showing 1.1.2 versus 1.1.3 can be seen at http://www.phillg.com/buttons.png Can anyone advise me if this has already been picked up and if not, what should I do next?I would guess this is caused by the backport of the native widget set changes. If you start openoffice like this: SAL_NO_NWF=1 openoffice do you find that it reverts to the previous behaviour?
As for the drop down calendar issue with the date field, here's a screenshot with Drop Down disabled and enabled.
Correcting what I wrote earlier, the date doesn't actually seem to be in there in white, the field seems to be empty. I can change the background colour and it appears but still no text :-(
It only happens to date fields, I've tried combo boxes and they work fine. Could it be related to this fixed bug and these comments:
------- Additional comments from fs Fri Jun 6 01:22:43 -0800 2003 -------
the key is the background color. A drop-down combo box, which has a background color other than "standard", does not print it's content. fs->mt: the problem is in ComboBox::Draw: If it's a drop-down box, it _first_ draws the text (resp.: it lets it's sub-edit draw), and then does everything else. This "everything else" includes drawing the background, if necessary - which overwrites the text. I tried moving the drawing of the text from the beginning of the method to the end, and this seemed to work well. From my understanding, this should be a good solution, but there may be side effects which I do not see. Could you please have a look at this? Would be really cool if we get this in the 1.1 time frame :)http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=14945
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