[KPhotoAlbum] KPhotoAlbum 3.0

Jesper K. Pedersen blackie at blackie.dk
Sun Jan 7 23:22:11 CET 2007


I can reproduce the bug here. I'll have a look when time permits.
Thanks for reporting.

On Sunday 07 January 2007 22:51, Reimar Imhof wrote:
| Am Sonntag, 31. Dezember 2006 13:33 schrieb Jesper K. Pedersen:
| > KPhotoAlbum 3.0 has here on the last day of 2006 been released.
| >
| > So in case you want to play with KPA rather than celebrate new year (or
| > in case you do celebrate new year, and read this later), download the
| > sources from:
| > http://kphotoalbum.org/download-source.html
| >
| > Kind Regards
| > and happy New Year
| > Jesper.
|
| Hi Jesper,
|
| I run into a problem with KPhotoAlbum 3.0.
|
| I try to tell what I've done:
|
| - put new photo in KPhotoAlbum directory (photo came directly from camera.
| It should be portrait oriented)
| - start kphotoalbum
| - enter properties dialog
| - rotate photo by 90 degree to make the orientation ok
| - close properties dialog
| - double click on photo -> the viewer is opening
| - try to change zoom; for example press "."-button -> just a part of the
| photo is shown :-(
| - try "+" or "-"-button -> wrong part of photo is shown; "-" - button
| behaves like "+"-button.
| - When I try the same with an landscape photo every thing is fine
| - When I try the same with an old portrait photo (imported with kimdaba 2.1
| or earlier) every thing is fine also.
|
| I tried it on the KPhotoAlbum demo pictures: Same problem.
| I just rotated a photo in the properties dialog by 90 degree.
| Then opened the viewer.
| Hit "."-button. It should do nothing because the picture is fully shown.
| But it goes to a small corner of the picture...
|
| I'm running KPhotoAlbum from openSuse 10.2 kde-backport repository on
| openSuse 10.2 AMD64.
|
| Any idea?
|
| Reimar
|
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