[Mono-winforms-list] Patch (and possible bug) Fix
Checkbox Check rendering
Thu, 14 Oct 2004 09:07:41 +1000
Firstly, about the hatch brush,
It's not a regression, I removed it on purpose, because I couldn't seem to reproduce
the hatch effect on windows when either a button style check or radio is pushed or
when a normal button is pushed.
Since I couldn't see the effect, I assumed that the hatch brush was trying to simply
change the shade of the backColor, some thing I thought I would get round to when I
looked at the ButtonBase (just after I do my next round of radiobutton fixes).
So basically, I couldn't see the hatch brush effect being applied in windows classic
and I removed it. It's possible that I may have missed something but I'm not sure what
it's meant to be. If someone can provide a test case or screen shot of the effect I
missed then I'll go back in an put the hatch brush back.
As for my suspicions about Capture, well I know I should have checked the code to
see if either was happening, but it was late and I was tired ;) I just wanted to note
somewhere what I saw and what I thought it was so I could get back to it later. As it
turns out, it's probably something that is beyond my abilities (for now), so it's best left
> Peter Dennis Bartok <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the patch. I believe we have a regression, though, but it
> with this patch, but with one of your earlier ones. When setting a
> to 'button' display, the hatchbrush pattern is no longer drawn when the
> button is checked (pushed).
> >Now for the possible bug that this patch exposes:
> >this is how to reproduce it first.
> I can reproduce the bug on Linux, but not on Windows.
> >I suspect it is one of the following (in order of probability)
> >1) The Capture property setter is not causing the control to re-render
> >itself when it's being changed.
> >2 or the Capture property is not being set to false when the mouse
> >button is released outside the control.
> Nope, if you check the code you'll see that both is happening. If not,
> bad things would happen. Also, it does work properly on Windows. I'll
> and let you know what I find.