Flyspray:: http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/ Flyspray::QCAD: Recently opened tasks 2014-12-13T20:45:05Z FS#1147: View > Zoom to selection with only vertical / horizontal line http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1147 2014-12-13T20:45:05Z Husky “Zoom to selection” shows no effect on vertical and horizontal lines: Message: “No selection found”. Recognizable at:vertical lines, horizontal lines,Rectangle, Rectangle with size,Polygon Center Point, Polygon two corner (only in the case that you have vertical/horizontal lines), Shapes as a polyline - no problem. “Zoom to selection” shows no effect on vertical and horizontal lines: Message: “No selection found”.

Recognizable at:
vertical lines, horizontal lines,
Rectangle, Rectangle with size,
Polygon Center Point, Polygon two corner (only in the case that you have vertical/horizontal lines),

Shapes as a polyline - no problem. ;-)

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FS#1146: New circle tool: point + tangent + radius http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1146 2014-12-11T07:09:47Z NR Up to know it´s impossible to draw a circle by the given combination: point, tangent and radius. I would like this to be added to the circle options. Up to know it´s impossible to draw a circle by the given combination:

point, tangent and radius.

I would like this to be added to the circle options.

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FS#1145: Closing inactive tab of a modified drawing: drawing file name mixup http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1145 2014-12-10T21:08:09Z illarion kovalchuk Steps to reproduce: 1. Create new drawing and fill it with some contents that’s easy to distinguish, for example text “DRAWING 1”.2. Save it as dr1.dxf3. Close it4. Open dr1.dxf5. Edit it, for example change text from “DRAWING 1” to “DRAWING 2” 6. Save changed file as dr2.dxf7. Close it8. Open dr1.dxf (it should have content “DRAWING 1”)9. Open dr2.dxf (it should have content “DRAWING 2”)10. Close tab dr1.dxf10.1 Qcad will ask you to save changes. 10.2 Press “Yes” –> nothing happens, dialog doesn’t disappear.10.3 Press “Discard” –> dialog disappears, tab gets closed10.4 Tab that has content of file dr2.dxf (”DRAWING 2”) remains open but gets title “dr1.dxf” (!)11. Close tab12. Press “Yes” in dialog that asks to save changes Results:1. Open dr1.dxf2. Open dr2.dxf As you can see, both files have equal contents (”DRAWING 2”) Expected results: 1. Files have their own contents.2. Dialogs asking to save files disappear when checking “Yes”, “Cancel” or “Discard” 3. Tabs don’t change titles and associated file names when other tabs are closed. Steps to reproduce:

1. Create new drawing and fill it with some contents that’s easy to distinguish, for example text “DRAWING 1”.
2. Save it as dr1.dxf
3. Close it
4. Open dr1.dxf
5. Edit it, for example change text from “DRAWING 1” to “DRAWING 2” 6. Save changed file as dr2.dxf
7. Close it
8. Open dr1.dxf (it should have content “DRAWING 1”)
9. Open dr2.dxf (it should have content “DRAWING 2”)
10. Close tab dr1.dxf
10.1 Qcad will ask you to save changes.
10.2 Press “Yes” –> nothing happens, dialog doesn’t disappear.
10.3 Press “Discard” –> dialog disappears, tab gets closed
10.4 Tab that has content of file dr2.dxf (”DRAWING 2”) remains open but gets title “dr1.dxf” (!)
11. Close tab
12. Press “Yes” in dialog that asks to save changes

Results:
1. Open dr1.dxf
2. Open dr2.dxf
As you can see, both files have equal contents (”DRAWING 2”)

Expected results:

1. Files have their own contents.
2. Dialogs asking to save files disappear when checking “Yes”, “Cancel” or “Discard” 3. Tabs don’t change titles and associated file names when other tabs are closed.

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FS#1144: Commands history toolbar http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1144 2014-12-08T10:21:06Z tukuyomi A new toolbar that shows the last 5, 10 or so commands buttons used would be useful to do repeated tasks on a lot of drawings. A new toolbar that shows the last 5, 10 or so commands buttons used would be useful to do repeated tasks on a lot of drawings.

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FS#1143: Polyline from selection http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1143 2014-12-08T10:46:40Z tukuyomi Hello! Would it be possible to add a new tool to create polylines from a selection? Hello!

Would it be possible to add a new tool to create polylines from a selection?

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FS#1142: Distance Entry in "Feet and Inches" http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1142 2014-12-10T21:33:02Z WallE I use architectural units everyday in QCAD and would appreciate being able to enter feet and inches from the “command line” for convenience and accuracy. I have been entering “calculations” to arrive at the distance values (i.e. 10*12+6.125 = 10’-6 1/8”), but this method is time consuming and prone to input error. I would like to see Acad’s architectural distance method implemented in QCAD. This entry method would replace the “calculated” entry with (as an example): 10’6-1/8. Command Line: Next point: 10’6-1/8 The <’> mark triggers a 12 times multiplier for the proceeding number, the next number is the whole inches and the ↔ is a separator that adds the fraction to the whole inches before it. Thanks for considering this feature request. I’m certain that many QCAD users in the Architectural, Mechanical, Electrical and Construction professions wold appreciate this convenience (especially those moving past Acad). I use architectural units everyday in QCAD and would appreciate being able to enter feet and inches from the “command line” for convenience and accuracy.

I have been entering “calculations” to arrive at the distance values (i.e. 10*12+6.125 = 10’-6 1/8”), but this method is time consuming and prone to input error.

I would like to see Acad’s architectural distance method implemented in QCAD. This entry method would replace the “calculated” entry with (as an example): 10’6-1/8.

Command Line: Next point: 10’6-1/8
The <’> mark triggers a 12 times multiplier for the proceeding number,
the next number is the whole inches and
the ↔ is a separator that adds the fraction to the whole inches before it.

Thanks for considering this feature request. I’m certain that many QCAD users in the Architectural, Mechanical, Electrical and Construction professions wold appreciate this convenience (especially those moving past Acad).

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FS#1141: Split command on Ellipse and Spline curve http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1141 2014-12-07T18:22:35Z Gianluigi Piva Would it be possible to use the Split command on Ellipse or on Spline curve? Now it works on lines, arcs and circles only....... Would it be possible to use the Split command on Ellipse or on Spline curve?

Now it works on lines, arcs and circles only.......

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FS#1140: Auto trim: not working on rays, xlines http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1140 2014-12-07T15:29:37Z Andrew Exception in BreakOut.js Exception in BreakOut.js

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FS#1139: dxflib: leading / trailing spaces are removed from text http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1139 2014-12-06T12:38:35Z Andrew dxflib strips leading / trailing spaces from text when importing DXF files. dxflib strips leading / trailing spaces from text when importing DXF files.

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FS#1138: Xlines (infinite lines) via 'Parallel Line' http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1138 2014-12-02T15:29:37Z tukuyomi Would it be possible to add Xline (infinite line) draw via &lsquo;Parallel Line&rsquo; tool? Would it be possible to add Xline (infinite line) draw via ‘Parallel Line’ tool?

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