Bug in interface rendering?

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October 10, 2011 at 9:58 am #5532

bantza
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I just updated to version 2.3.4.2350-charles and straight from opening the program it looks like this:

http://bantza.raah.fi/junk/pn2problem.png

The rainbow image in the background is to illustrate what area of the gui is not drawn. So in that area anything that the previous view had when changing to pn2 remains unchanged. Also scintilla box won’t resize. Even when I change the window size the scintilla box remains the same size.

Any ideas what could be causing this?

I did install it over the old installation, but when the problems occurred I uninstalled it, deleted the folder and installed again with same results.

Portable version seems to be working correctly.

October 10, 2011 at 10:21 am #18211

simon
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I can’t see anything in that PNG for some reason, so it’s a bit difficult to work out what’s going on.

Which version of Windows are you running and in which language?

If portable is working, then I guess there’s some wrong file somewhere or some bad settings that are causing the problem. Portable stores its settings somewhere else.

October 11, 2011 at 7:10 am #18212

bantza
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In the image program is maximized and scintilla box is about 50% of width and 95% of height in the center of the screen. Window borders, scintilla and menu draws correctly. Everything else is not cleared on rendering. So these not drawn areas are on the left and right side of the scintilla box and where toolbar would be. If I enable toolbar from the menu the toolbar renders correctly.

October 11, 2011 at 11:28 am #18213

CoDEmanX
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i saw something similar when i compiled PN myself, but forgot to build the scintilla dll. The built PN exe gave me many error messages and a mostly not drawn window content. So you might miss files, e.g. the MS Visual C++ 2010 Redist package or other required DLLs.

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