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Re: Report of a (heavy) bug in Amaya 9.1.4

From: Stephane Gully <stephane.gully@inrialpes.fr>
Date: Thu, 23 Jun 2005 09:31:29 +0200
Message-ID: <42BA6551.3090507@inrialpes.fr>
To: Amaya <www-amaya@w3.org>


>    * the release number: 9.1.4
>    * the platform: windows XP SP1
>      a PC with two Screens (21" LCD Samsung 213T) driven by two video
>      cards (ati 9600); one in portrait and one in landscape Modus:
>      this means the main screen is a normal screen the second screen is
>      turned by the pivot pro (Vs.7.5) software by 90°.
>    * a description of the bug: what part of the document is not
>      correctly display, what CSS selector is not correctly interpreted,
>      etc.
>      when amaya is used at the screen with the 90° (potrait mode) the
>      amaya window is also turned by 90° wich is correct.
>      But the contence (e.g. help text) in the window is still at 0°,
>      wich is an heavy bug on my system.
>      I think this behavior is a bug, because I use the system since 1.5
>      years with al lot of applications.
>      This behavior occured the first time at this system (This means
>      the pivot software is probalbly ok).
>    * if possible an example we can use to reproduce the bug
>      belive me.
>    * if possible the scenario
>      see above
>  
>
I just have a look into Pivot Pro FAQ 
(http://personalcomputing.portrait.com/us/products/pp_faq.html) :*
*<<
What software applications can I use with Pivot Pro?
If the application runs on your operating system, it will most likely 
run with Pivot Pro. Note: Certain applications based on OpenGL® or the 
Microsoft® DirectX® technologies (e.g., typically DVD video, games and 
screen savers) may require switching to landscape mode.
 >>

Amaya 9.1.4 uses OpenGL for display, it could explain your problem ? Are 
you able to play VideoGame's OpenGL based in "portrait" mode ?

regards,

-- 
Stéphane GULLY - (http://www.zeitoun.net)
Received on Thursday, 23 June 2005 07:32:16 UTC

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