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Il 20/08/2011 23:11, Jean-Baptiste Faure ha scritto:
Le 19/08/2011 13:57, Carlo Strata a écrit :
Il 19/08/2011 07:17, Jean-Baptiste Faure ha scritto:
Hi Carlo,

Le 18/08/2011 18:40, Carlo Strata a écrit :
Hi Everyone,

I'm not sure that this is a bug, but I think so. I just test again it
with the new 3.4.3 rc1 build, italian localization.
There is a long ago bug (sure since 3.3.x).

Before creating an issue I used to compare myself with you.
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Best regards

Thank you JBF (or JFK? ;-) )

I have just added the two little file to my post as you could verify here
Ok, I reproduce the problem. For me it is probably related to the screen
resolution : if you set the line width to 0.5 pt instead of 0.25 pt, the
pdf is correctly viewed up to 400% (no greater zoom value) in Evince
(Ubuntu 10.04).

Best regards


as you could see on the temporary bug I have choosen to add this problem

and, particularly, in this attachment

you could see that zooming in and out show problem only with the default settings tables.

it is not a screen resolution trouble, but it seems to be a table default settings problem. Some table default settings (table created with toolbar new table or with ctrl-F12) are dirty, dusty or incomplete. Now we create a new dedicated bug because the original I choose has already been fixed and closed, as tested and stated by the original bug submitter.

What do you think about?


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