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|0002696||Draft||Bug||public||2016-09-14 18:46||2016-10-06 14:24|
|Summary||0002696: DWire entry issue|
|Description||When using the DWire entry tool to add a new DWire, I found that entering a "-" symbol to enter a negative number made the right hand side indicator turn to a red cross, before a number was entered, whereupon it went green again. This was OK, BUT: when it went red, the previously entered point was deleted from the drawing.|
|Steps To Reproduce||Open a new file. Select Draft toolset.|
Orient the display so you can see the 2d grid on the XY plane.
From Create Objects, select DWire. The DWire entry system displays.
Make Relative and Filled checked.
Enter a first value of 0,0,0 and click "Enter point"
Enter a second value of 50,0,0 and click "Enter point". You should see a horizontal line on the grid.
Enter a third value of 0,10,0 and click "Enter point". You should see a vertical line on the right of the horizontal line.
Now, enter a fourth value of -40,0,0 and click "Enter point". Expected behaviour would be a new line moving left from the top of the second line. What actually happens is when you type the "-" key in the x box, the indicator turns red and the second line is deleted.
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||Indeed something strange happening... I'll investigate|
||The problem was that the built-in Ctrl+Z "undo" shortcut was apparently triggered by the "-" input, no idea why. Anyway, I now removed that Ctrl+Z shortcut entirely, since the underlined shortcut that appears on the undo button works perfectly.|
|2016-09-14 18:46||rhorton||New Issue|
|2016-09-14 22:37||yorik||Note Added: 0007321|
|2016-09-14 22:37||yorik||Assigned To||=> yorik|
|2016-09-14 22:37||yorik||Status||new => assigned|
|2016-10-06 14:23||yorik||Note Added: 0007344|
|2016-10-06 14:24||yorik||Changeset attached||=> FreeCAD Master master 7ef31e49|
|2016-10-06 14:24||yorik||Status||assigned => closed|
|2016-10-06 14:24||yorik||Resolution||open => fixed|