Flyspray:: http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/ Flyspray::QCAD: Recently opened tasks 2014-07-22T21:53:59Z FS#1076: Minimally reproducible crash of v.3.6.2 on Mac OS X 10.9.4 when editing any text object. http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1076 2014-07-22T21:53:59Z Daniel Duke Hi, I have just updated my Mac OS from 10.9.2 to 10.9.4. QCAD 3.6.2 seems to be working normally under the newest version of Mac OS, but has developed a very specific bug which leads to reproducible crashes when a text object is edited. Steps to minimally reproduce:1. Open QCAD2. Create a text object3. Place the text object on the canvas4. double-click the text object and edit its contents5. click OK to accept changes6. repeat from step 4 three or four times. After several attempts to edit a text object, QCAD will crash with EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGBUS) in thread 0 (QCoreApplication).The crash can also be triggered by moving the text object around on the canvas (instead of editing its contents).The bug does not require anything else (no other objects on the canvas, no particular font, occurs in both new and previously saved documents). Apart from this bug, QCAD seems to work fine on OS X 10.9. The text editing crash did not occur before the latest OS update. No other applications on my system seem to be having any problems. If this problem can be fixed, I think QCAD will be quite usable on 10.9. Hi,

I have just updated my Mac OS from 10.9.2 to 10.9.4. QCAD 3.6.2 seems to be working normally under the newest version of Mac OS, but has developed a very specific bug which leads to reproducible crashes when a text object is edited.

Steps to minimally reproduce:
1. Open QCAD
2. Create a text object
3. Place the text object on the canvas
4. double-click the text object and edit its contents
5. click OK to accept changes
6. repeat from step 4 three or four times.

After several attempts to edit a text object, QCAD will crash with EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGBUS) in thread 0 (QCoreApplication).
The crash can also be triggered by moving the text object around on the canvas (instead of editing its contents).
The bug does not require anything else (no other objects on the canvas, no particular font, occurs in both new and previously saved documents).

Apart from this bug, QCAD seems to work fine on OS X 10.9. The text editing crash did not occur before the latest OS update. No other applications on my system seem to be having any problems. If this problem can be fixed, I think QCAD will be quite usable on 10.9.

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FS#1075: dwg2svg: include path broken http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1075 2014-07-21T14:14:18Z Andrew See:http://www.qcad.org/rsforum/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=2997 See:
http://www.qcad.org/rsforum/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=2997

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FS#1074: Application Preferences: dimension font http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1074 2014-07-15T21:45:17Z Andrew Dimension font setting as default for new drawings has no effect. Dimension font setting as default for new drawings has no effect.

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FS#1073: Duplicate images with same path not saved http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1073 2014-07-14T09:45:36Z Andrew Only affects files saved through dxflib. Only affects files saved through dxflib.

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FS#1072: Resolve Relative paths on command line http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1072 2014-07-07T17:36:35Z Peter I have aliased qcad to run it from terminal. There is a small glitch when opening a file from a different location using relative path names: $ alias qcad alias qcad='/opt/qcad-3.6.0-pro-linux-x86_64/qcad' $ cd /a $ qcad some.dwg & $ cd /b $ qcad other.dwg Import Error is shown: > Can't open file > /a/other.dwg. > File is empty. $ qcad /b/other.dwg # absolute path works $ readlink /proc/pid-of-qcad/cwd /opt/qcad-3.6.0-pro-linux-x86_64 Qcad somewhere stores the path, from where it is first launched. The next “launch” will not use the next location but refer to the first one when constructing the full path name of the file name in the argument. Maybe that can be easily improved (the message is wrong too). I have aliased qcad to run it from terminal. There is a small glitch when opening a file from a different location using relative path names:

$ alias qcad
alias qcad='/opt/qcad-3.6.0-pro-linux-x86_64/qcad'

$ cd /a
$ qcad some.dwg &
$ cd /b
$ qcad other.dwg

Import Error is shown:
> Can't open file
> /a/other.dwg.
> File is empty.

$ qcad /b/other.dwg # absolute path works

$ readlink /proc/pid-of-qcad/cwd
/opt/qcad-3.6.0-pro-linux-x86_64

Qcad somewhere stores the path, from where it is first launched. The next “launch” will not use the next location but refer to the first one when constructing the full path name of the file name in the argument.

Maybe that can be easily improved (the message is wrong too).

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FS#1071: (Bitmap) scaling convenience option http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1071 2014-07-04T12:16:09Z Tamas TEVESZ This can be done as is in QCAD today, but a quick convenience UI bit would be much appreciated. Suppose you are working off a bitmap image (transcribing old scan, or you got your apartment’s floor plan like this, because, uh, what tenant needs DXF). It has dimensions markers and everything, but fat chance it’ll be to actual CAD scale after importing. So, to bring it to scale, you measure between two tick marks on the scale, compute ratio based on measurement and what’s written on the dimension line, and do a scale operation (you can also have QCAD compute the ratio by using math expression, whatever). That works fine. A purely just for convenience function to do that would be much appreciated: pick two points, enter what the actual distance between them is, poof bam, appropriate scaling operation is applied. As a twist, there could be some other bitmap skewing options, like “the points I’ve selected are on a horizontal/vertical line/at an angle of X degrees, then the bitmap would also be applied this transform. This can be done as is in QCAD today, but a quick convenience UI bit would be much appreciated.

Suppose you are working off a bitmap image (transcribing old scan, or you got your apartment’s floor plan like this, because, uh, what tenant needs DXF). It has dimensions markers and everything, but fat chance it’ll be to actual CAD scale after importing.

So, to bring it to scale, you measure between two tick marks on the scale, compute ratio based on measurement and what’s written on the dimension line, and do a scale operation (you can also have QCAD compute the ratio by using math expression, whatever).

That works fine.

A purely just for convenience function to do that would be much appreciated: pick two points, enter what the actual distance between them is, poof bam, appropriate scaling operation is applied.

As a twist, there could be some other bitmap skewing options, like “the points I’ve selected are on a horizontal/vertical line/at an angle of X degrees, then the bitmap would also be applied this transform.

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FS#1070: Add support for trace entities http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1070 2014-07-02T13:26:11Z Andrew See forum thread at:http://www.qcad.org/rsforum/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=2967 See forum thread at:
http://www.qcad.org/rsforum/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=2967

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FS#1069: Hatching uses current 'point' display - results in wrong hatching http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1069 2014-07-01T10:33:48Z -- If a chosen hatch contains points, the hatch will use the point display set in the Application/Current drawing preferences, this leads to incorrectness with certain hatches. In my attached example I have used AR-CONC (Concrete), the result is something which is wrong! If a chosen hatch contains points, the hatch will use the point display set in the Application/Current drawing preferences, this leads to incorrectness with certain hatches.

In my attached example I have used AR-CONC (Concrete), the result is something which is wrong!

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FS#1068: Isometric bitmap http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1068 2014-06-23T07:58:18Z Christian Aigner It would be a nice feature to be able to create an isometric projection of a bitmap. It would be a nice feature to be able to create an isometric projection of a bitmap.

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FS#1067: Filling an area with a bitmap http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1067 2014-06-23T07:57:00Z Christian Aigner Being able to fill an area with a bitmap would be a nice addition to the already impressive feature list of QCAD. Being able to fill an area with a bitmap would be a nice addition to the already impressive feature list of QCAD.

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