[PD-dev] small regression regarding window placement
msp at ucsd.edu
Fri Feb 1 21:50:22 CET 2013
Found it... firther down in g_canvas.c:
if (yloc < GLIST_DEFCANVASYLOC)
yloc = GLIST_DEFCANVASYLOC;
if (xloc < 0)
xloc = 0;
I'm not sure what the correct foolproofing should be (or indeed if it's a good
idea to have foolproofing there at all). But anyhow removing those lines will
make it possible for patches to restore themselves wherever they were saved
On Fri, Feb 01, 2013 at 09:10:23PM +0100, Roman Haefeli wrote:
> On Fre, 2013-02-01 at 11:05 -0800, Miller Puckette wrote:
> > On Macintoshes, if you ask for a window to open at Y location 0 the window
> > decorations end up above teh top of teh screen and you can never move the
> > window.
> I should have given more context:
> #ifdef __APPLE__
> #define GLIST_DEFCANVASYLOC 22
> -#define GLIST_DEFCANVASYLOC 0
> +#define GLIST_DEFCANVASYLOC 50
> So it seems that particular change does not affect Mac OS X. Thus I
> assume that reverting it wouldn't change the behavior on Macs either.
> > but anyhow I don't understand why the saved patch location gets overridden
> > by the default - I thought the default was only in effect when you made a
> > "new" canvas, not when you restored a saved one. Something else must be going
> > wrong.
> Sorry for not being of any help here.
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