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you can see a red line under each color icon
While using the galaxy icon set, when a font, highlight or background color is set, the square that is draw on the icon is 1 pixel higher than it should be, which results in a red 1 pixel line appearing below the selected color. Tested on Linux and Windows on master.
AFAIC see, only with the large icons.
I thought is was a feature ;)
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The reason is clear, but not the solution.
The calculation in line#161 in method ToolboxButtonColorUpdater::Update in file svx\source\tbxctrls\tbxcolorupdate.cxx uses implicit integer arithmetic, and the implementation of point, size and rectangle in tools/gen.cxx seems to assume integer row and column numbers instead of a coordinate system.
If the icon size is a multiple of 4, there are no rounding problems. Problems are for icon size 22×22 and for icon size 26×26
Breeze, Elementary, Human, Industrial, Sifr, Tango: 24×24, no problem
Crystal: 22×22, are not delivered, has no such icon, no problem
Vertical update range row 16..20.
Calculation height of update range = 22 / 4 = 5, OK
Calculation of top = 22 * 3 / 4 = 66 /4 = 16. OK
The icons in Oxygen are transparent in pixel row 21.
Galaxy, High contrast: 26×26
Vertical update range row 20..25
Calculation height of update range = 26 / 4 = 6, OK
Calculation of top = 26 * 3 / 4 = 78 / 4 = 19. Wrong.
Problem: It is not possible to generally round up, or to generally count from the bottom row, because it then does not fit for Oxygen.
(A) Make the calculation depend on number of pixel rows (22/26/others).
(B) Move the update range in Galaxy and High Contrast one pixel up.
(C) Reduce the icon size in Galaxy and High Contrast for these icons to 24×24. The theme Galaxy has already some icons of size 24×24.
I would go with solution A or B. Which ever is easiest.
I will align the color bar with the bottom edge of the icon. That is already the appearance in those icon themes, which use a pixel width, which is divisible by 4. So for them the new calculation makes no difference.
We need no longer consider icon-theme oxygen. It will be removed, read minutes of ESC call from 2016-02-11.
If someone nevertheless will adapt oxygen:
* Shift the area in the lower part by 1 pixel down in lc_color.png.
* Remove icons lc_fontcolor.png, lc_backcolor.png and add a mapping in file links.txt; those icons are identical to lc_color.png
* Make a new icon for lc_extrusion3dcolor.png. The current one is only a copy from the galaxy theme and therefore has a wrong icon size.
In theme Galaxy only the icon lc_extrusion3dcolor.png needs to be adapted, and the icon lc_backcolor.png from the language version "bg".
Using an unambiguous alignment makes it easier for authors of custom icon-themes to create proper icons.
Regina Henschel committed a patch related to this issue.
It has been pushed to "master":
tdf#84985 always align color bar to icon bottom edge
It will be available in 5.2.0.
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