[Mono-bugs] [Bug 72774][Wis] New - Cannot sensibly enter text into Text Box
Sun, 20 Feb 2005 17:18:44 -0500 (EST)
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+Product: Mono: Class Libraries
+OS Details: Fedora Core 1
+Summary: Cannot sensibly enter text into Text Box
+Description of Problem:
+Using monobundle-1.1.4 installed on Fedora Core 1.
+I installed it (to /usr/local/monobundle-1.1.4), and set up the MONO_PATH
+env variable accordingly so mono execution would work.
+I am running a test program I wrote last year when learning Windows Forms
+with Sharpdevelop on Windows 2000
+Text Box on the mono compilation and execution just does not work. It's
+ideal for entering palindromes like "lon nol" and "madam im adam" but
+completely messes up non-palindromes. Even "palindrome" comes
+out "emordnilap". You also have to wait for a window event to even get
+this drawn. Surprising, since much more complex controls work.
+Steps to reproduce the problem:
+1. Create a simple Windows Form program and add one textbox control to the
+main form, although it may be advisable to have one other control such as
+2. Run it and try and enter text into the text box.
+Text entered does not initially appear at all. When clicking on another
+control, it appears in the text box in a small font, but text reversed.
+Also, if you attempt to alter the text, the cursor is not positioned where
+it appears, so characters some distance from the displayed cursor actually
+Text entered should appear immediately, with the characters in the order
+If you try and delete a character next to the cursor, that character and
+no other should disappear. If inserting characters they should appear next
+to the cursor.
+How often does this happen?