Flyspray:: https://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/ Flyspray::QCAD Bugtracker: Recently opened tasks 2019-07-09T11:51:22Z FS#1919: Wrong order XY(Z) for Ordinate Dimension in property editor https://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1919 2019-07-09T11:51:22Z CVH Win7pro Qcad Pro 3.22.1.2 In property editorproperties of an Ordinate Dimension Without Show ZDefPoint is displayed in order YX? With Show ZOrigin is displayed in order XZY?DefPoint is displayed in order YZX? LeaderEndPoint is displayed in order ZXY? Regards Win7pro Qcad Pro 3.22.1.2

In property editor
properties of an Ordinate Dimension

Without Show Z
DefPoint is displayed in order YX?

With Show Z
Origin is displayed in order XZY?
DefPoint is displayed in order YZX?
LeaderEndPoint is displayed in order ZXY?

Regards

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FS#1918: Splines whit control points of order 1 and 4 not selected with partially selecting cursor R>L draw https://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1918 2019-07-06T19:41:18Z CVH Set up a spline with control points let’s say of the order 3.Clone it 3 times with some offset in x&y.Edit the degree property and set 1ste to 1, 2nd to 2, asoDraw select partially from right to left.Those of the order 1 and 4 aren’t selected. Regards Set up a spline with control points let’s say of the order 3.
Clone it 3 times with some offset in x&y.
Edit the degree property and set 1ste to 1, 2nd to 2, aso
Draw select partially from right to left.
Those of the order 1 and 4 aren’t selected.

Regards

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FS#1917: Automatic labels with static information of the drawing https://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1917 2019-07-05T10:23:20Z Johan Persson I would like static information of the drawing (like scale, creation-date, modified-date, revision etc) to be available as automatic labels to be placed in the drawing (with selectable style, font etc) This would greatly simplify the creatin of title sections in the drawing and making sure it is consistent with the actual drawing and not requiring manual “synchronization”. I would like static information of the drawing (like scale, creation-date, modified-date, revision etc) to be available as automatic labels to be placed in the drawing (with selectable style, font etc)

This would greatly simplify the creatin of title sections in the drawing and making sure it is consistent with the actual drawing and not requiring manual “synchronization”.

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FS#1916: Moving an object in an angled viewport with mouse does not compensate for angle https://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1916 2019-07-05T10:15:43Z Johan Persson To reproduce 1. Select a new view-port in model-space2. Select the appropriate paper-space3. When the paper space opens change the angle of the viewport to 90 degrees4. Place view-port in paper space5. Select the view-port in paper-space by clicking it6. Try to move the object itself in the view-port (by clicking the “top” dot) to the right by moving the mouse to the right while holding the left mouse-button. Actual The object in the viewport moves down vertically NOT to the right Expected The object moves to the right (It seems mouse movement does not compensate for the rotated angle of the viewport) Workaround None, except compensate for the angle in your head and moving the mouse the “wrong” way when correcting the placement of objects in the view-port To reproduce

1. Select a new view-port in model-space
2. Select the appropriate paper-space
3. When the paper space opens change the angle of the viewport to 90 degrees
4. Place view-port in paper space
5. Select the view-port in paper-space by clicking it
6. Try to move the object itself in the view-port (by clicking the “top” dot) to the right by moving the mouse to the right while holding the left mouse-button.

Actual

The object in the viewport moves down vertically NOT to the right

Expected

The object moves to the right

(It seems mouse movement does not compensate for the rotated angle of the viewport)

Workaround

None, except compensate for the angle in your head and moving the mouse the “wrong” way when correcting the placement of objects in the view-port

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FS#1915: Viewport does not rotate view-port when changed in paper space https://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1915 2019-07-05T10:28:04Z Johan Persson To reproduce 1. Select a new view-port in model-space2. Select the appropriate paper-space3. When the paper space opens change the angle of the viewport. Actual The object in the viewport changes but the viewport itself remains unchanged Expected That both the view-port and the object changes angle as the angle is updated Motivation If you abort the placement (but keep the angle) and go back to model-space and then redo the operation the view-port is rotated along the angle. It seems that the viewport only picks up the initial angle once the paper-space is open and ignores any changes thereafter Workaround 1. Select the view-port per normal in model-space2. Open the paper-space and set the wanted angle but do not place the view-port in paper space3. Abort the placement on paper-space and redo the whole operation Once the paper space is opened again the view-port will have the chosen angle To reproduce

1. Select a new view-port in model-space
2. Select the appropriate paper-space
3. When the paper space opens change the angle of the viewport.

Actual

The object in the viewport changes but the viewport itself remains unchanged

Expected

That both the view-port and the object changes angle as the angle is updated

Motivation

If you abort the placement (but keep the angle) and go back to model-space and then redo the operation the view-port is rotated along the angle. It seems that the viewport only picks up the initial angle once the paper-space is open and ignores any changes thereafter

Workaround

1. Select the view-port per normal in model-space
2. Open the paper-space and set the wanted angle but do not place the view-port in paper space
3. Abort the placement on paper-space and redo the whole operation

Once the paper space is opened again the view-port will have the chosen angle

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FS#1914: CAM layer On/Off https://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1914 2019-07-04T14:31:40Z H. Stiekema Hallo Andrew If CAM layer invisible do not 3D Simulate and do not write G-code. Hallo Andrew

If CAM layer invisible do not 3D Simulate and do not write G-code.

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FS#1913: 3D Simulation Behaves odd https://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1913 2019-07-02T17:48:49Z H. Stiekema Hallo Andrew, testing the drill toolpath I used single point markers. In 3D simulation the tool drills the toolpath AND uses the drill as a mill. Cam Export and generated G-code is not effected. Hallo Andrew,

testing the drill toolpath I used single point markers.

In 3D simulation the tool drills the toolpath AND uses the drill as a mill.

Cam Export and generated G-code is not effected.

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FS#1912: Tool Description Error https://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1912 2019-07-04T14:32:45Z H. Stiekema Hallo Andrew, Testing the drill toolpath I find it hard to select the correct tool by a small bug Hallo Andrew,

Testing the drill toolpath I find it hard to select the correct tool by a small bug

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FS#1911: Drill Toolpath https://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1911 2019-07-04T14:30:51Z H. Stiekema Hallo Andrew It would be more than conveniant, defining the drilling locations of the drill toolpath, by selecting a circle’s center point. Hallo Andrew

It would be more than conveniant, defining the drilling locations of the drill toolpath, by selecting a circle’s center point.

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FS#1910: Please take a look at 1898 again https://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.php?do=details&task_id=1910 2019-07-04T14:33:58Z Dean Moe Please take a look at 1898 again. There is a problem. Please take a look at 1898 again. There is a problem.

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