If I'm going to change the indentation of paragraphs, often after moving the sliders in the ruler, you can not edit them.
Sometimes saving the document the sliders are unlocked.
The bug is present in both windows and linux
The bug is not present in versions 4x
Hard to check. It looks as a precise exercise a bit.
And sometimes I cannot grab the handle to change the page margin (top / bottom).
Hmm.. hard to confirm your report from my side
Cheers - Cor
With version 220.127.116.11 bug is only present in the Windows version. :-)
I attach a document containing the bug .
When I try to change the indents in page 3 , after a few attempts the ruler is no longer accessible .
Created attachment 119083 [details]
I attach a document containing the bug
I work on Ubuntu and have problems with the widgits on the ruler too. Mostly those to set margins. Maybe OpenGL releated?
(In reply to Roberto from comment #4)
> Created attachment 119083 [details]
> I attach a document containing the bug
Thanks this nicely helps to show the problem:
1. open the document and with cursor in first paragraph change indent / margin.
OK for me..
2. go to three/ four more places, as another section, header, etc. and change
Sometimes still work
3. then it starts to fail
Looks as if there is some updating problem with the ruler..
(I have a document with an image and after having selected that, the ruler stops updating - didn't yet file an issue for that)
Set Michael in CC for his advices.
Not GL related if in 5.0.0 I think; if anything may be render-context related; adding to the tracker for now.
The attached document is based on a model .
It would be useful to have also the model ?
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