[Lazarus] Possible bug in TEdit, can somebody reproduce this?
idokan at gmail.com
Sun Apr 24 12:07:34 CEST 2011
Can't reproduce it on Arch Linux with Lazarus 0.9.31 r30440M FPC 2.5.1
x86_64-linux-gtk 2 (2.22.0)
On Sun, Apr 24, 2011 at 02:01, Bernd <prof7bit at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Linux GTK2
> Before I file a bug, please somebody try and confirm:
> Steps to reproduce:
> 1: put a TEdit onto a form and compile and run the application
> (or alternatively just open one of the IDE's dialogs which contains a
> TEdit like for example refactor -> rename)
> 2. write some text into it and then select a few characters in the
> middle of the word. For example I will write the text
> "TFooBar" into the TEdit and then select the three letters "Foo".
> Then press any (printable) key.
> 3: I expect it to look like this (I have pressed X and the | marks the
> position of the caret), this is what I expect:
> 4. And this is what happens:
> It removes the "Foo" as expected but then jumps over the B and inserts
> after it.
> This is very annoying, its already slowly starting to influence the
> way I edit text in all other applications. Can somebody confirm this
> or is this again due to my old GTK2 version (GTK2 itself and pure GTK2
> applications behave correctly). It does not happen in a combobox and
> also not in a TMemo, only in a TEdit. It used to work some months ago
> with the same GTK version, unfortunately I cannot say exactly which
> revision broke it, I did not update and use it for a few months, only
> started updating last few days again.
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