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Post by w22ee » Sun Jun 17, 2012 9:00 am

I use ubutntu11.04 and gnome2.32.1
when I down the scroll bar ,there is always white appear.
The white appear covered the code ,just like pictrue I upload.
Please tell me how to do,my e-mail 05killer@163.com
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Re: report a bug

Post by DavidGH » Sun Jun 17, 2012 1:56 pm

Hi,

I can't make it happen here, using CodeLite 4.0 on ubuntu 12.04. I tried different desktops: unity, gnome, kde and (my usual) lxde.

Did you really mean ubuntu 11.04, or was that a typo? Which CodeLite version are you using? Did you build it yourself? If not, where did you get the package from, and which package (was it the one intended for your ubuntu version)?

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David

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Post by spaces » Sun Jun 17, 2012 8:16 pm

I have this exact same "artifact" on win XP, too. It's not too dangerous so I don't really care about it. :D

This is basically a second horizontal scrollbar appears when I scroll down with mouse wheel. Then the next moment it disappears. I have quite a few very big source files, like 150 kbytes or more, with pretty long lines. Anyway I think this is wx bug. If I get it next time I will take a screenshot.

My only problem is Notepad++ doesn't do this and that is based on Scintilla, too.

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Post by eranif » Mon Jun 18, 2012 9:19 am

w22ee wrote:I use ubutntu11.04 and gnome2.32.1
when I down the scroll bar ,there is always white appear.
It was a known problem when 11.04 was first released.
Make sure you have your Ubuntu up-to-date and it should be fixed (sudo apt-get update && apt-get upgrade)

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