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Old 01-19-2012, 05:35 PM
Nils
 
Default Help needed to find a system/graphics related bug in my Music Notation Editor. (Little time and effort for you)

Hello list!

I hope this is not offtopic and I hope to find help here because Archlinux has python3 as default python.

I have a software, a Music Notation Editor, here that can start in a one-liner and I need to find a bug that only occurs on some systems.

git clone git://github.com/nilsgey/Laborejo.git && cd Laborejo && ./laborejo-qt.sh

This will download and run my software Laborejo as normal user without installing anything. The only modifications to your system are new dir .laborejo in your home directory and the downloaded files via git. The only dependency is pyqt and git to download it

You will see 5 lines and a symbol. The symbol must be perfectly alingned within the five lines (one pixel above can be tolerated). It should look like this: http://www.wargsang.de/pyqt-bug-report.jpg
Do you see that symbol shifted up or down or is it correct?

Could you please answer me with the following information attached: Your graphic driver (type ("ati, nvidia, intel" etc. and closed or open source?) and desktop enviroment/window manager (Gnome, KDE, xfce, i3 etc.). If you want to add more information like qt version or X-Server it would be nice as well. Everything display related helps:
I believe closed nvidia drivers will shift the symbol. I tested it myself on ati and intel graphics, both 32 and 64 bit and it looked good, both on Linux and Windows. Other users with ati and intel GPU's had no problem. But two persons with an nvidia card had the wrong display.

It would be very nice to hear from you!

Nils
http://www.laborejo.org

*The only modifications to your system are new dir .laborejo in your home directory and the downloaded files via git.
 
Old 01-19-2012, 05:56 PM
 
Default Help needed to find a system/graphics related bug in my Music Notation Editor. (Little time and effort for you)

Le jeudi 19 jan 2012 * 19:35:59 (+0100), Nils a écrit :
> You will see 5 lines and a symbol. The symbol must be perfectly alingned within the five lines (one pixel above can be tolerated). It should look like this: http://www.wargsang.de/pyqt-bug-report.jpg
> Do you see that symbol shifted up or down or is it correct?
>
> Could you please answer me with the following information attached: Your graphic driver (type ("ati, nvidia, intel" etc. and closed or open source?) and desktop enviroment/window manager (Gnome, KDE, xfce, i3 etc.). If you want to add more information like qt version or X-Server it would be nice as well. Everything display related helps:
>
Here you can see how it is displayed : http://ompldr.org/vY2M5bQ/laborejo.png It seems correct.
I’ve an ATI Radeon HD 5145, with catalyst (closed), under Awesome as window manager.

pyqt : 4.9-2
qt : 4.8.0-2
xorg-server : 1.11.3-1


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Old 01-19-2012, 05:57 PM
Denis A. Alto Falqueto
 
Default Help needed to find a system/graphics related bug in my Music Notation Editor. (Little time and effort for you)

On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 4:35 PM, Nils <list@nilsgey.de> wrote:
> You will see 5 lines and a symbol. The symbol must be perfectly alingned within the five lines (one pixel above can be tolerated). It should look like this: http://www.wargsang.de/pyqt-bug-report.jpg
> Do you see that symbol shifted up or down or is it correct?

To me, it is correct.

> Could you please answer me with the following information attached: Your graphic driver (type ("ati, nvidia, intel" etc. and closed or open source?) and desktop enviroment/window manager (Gnome, KDE, xfce, i3 etc.). If you want to add more information like qt version or X-Server it would be nice as well. Everything display related helps:
> I believe closed nvidia drivers will shift the symbol. I tested it myself on ati and intel graphics, both 32 and 64 bit and it looked good, both on Linux and Windows. Other users with ati and intel GPU's had no problem. But two persons with an nvidia card had the wrong display.

I'm on nvidia 285.05.09-1, proprietary driver, Arch stock kernel
3.0.7, KDE 4.7.2, qt 4.8.0, xorg-server 1.11.1.901-1.

HTH

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Old 01-19-2012, 06:11 PM
Patrick Burroughs
 
Default Help needed to find a system/graphics related bug in my Music Notation Editor. (Little time and effort for you)

On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 11:35, Nils <list@nilsgey.de> wrote:
> You will see 5 lines and a symbol. The symbol must be perfectly alingned within the five lines (one pixel above can be tolerated). It should look like this: http://www.wargsang.de/pyqt-bug-report.jpg
> Do you see that symbol shifted up or down or is it correct?

Shifted up: http://www.celti.ie.eu.org/esoterica/laborejo.png

> Could you please answer me with the following information attached: Your graphic driver (type ("ati, nvidia, intel" etc. and closed or open source?) and desktop enviroment/window manager (Gnome, KDE, xfce, i3 etc.). If you want to add more information like qt version or X-Server it would be nice as well. Everything display related helps:

Open-source intel drivers with i3 window manager, with the absolute
latest versions of Qt and X.

~Celti
 
Old 01-19-2012, 06:15 PM
Ross Hamblin
 
Default Help needed to find a system/graphics related bug in my Music Notation Editor. (Little time and effort for you)

On 20/01/12 07:35, Nils wrote:
> Hello list!
>
> I hope this is not offtopic and I hope to find help here because Archlinux has python3 as default python.
>
> I have a software, a Music Notation Editor, here that can start in a one-liner and I need to find a bug that only occurs on some systems.
>
> git clone git://github.com/nilsgey/Laborejo.git && cd Laborejo && ./laborejo-qt.sh
>
> This will download and run my software Laborejo as normal user without installing anything. The only modifications to your system are new dir .laborejo in your home directory and the downloaded files via git. The only dependency is pyqt and git to download it
>
> You will see 5 lines and a symbol. The symbol must be perfectly alingned within the five lines (one pixel above can be tolerated). It should look like this: http://www.wargsang.de/pyqt-bug-report.jpg
> Do you see that symbol shifted up or down or is it correct?
>
It displays correctly here.

> Could you please answer me with the following information attached: Your graphic driver (type ("ati, nvidia, intel" etc. and closed or open source?) and desktop enviroment/window manager (Gnome, KDE, xfce, i3 etc.). If you want to add more information like qt version or X-Server it would be nice as well. Everything display related helps:
> I believe closed nvidia drivers will shift the symbol. I tested it myself on ati and intel graphics, both 32 and 64 bit and it looked good, both on Linux and Windows. Other users with ati and intel GPU's had no problem. But two persons with an nvidia card had the wrong display.
>

nvidia nv50 based adapter using nouveau drivers. I am using lxdm/Fluxbox
 
Old 01-19-2012, 06:18 PM
Chris Sakalis
 
Default Help needed to find a system/graphics related bug in my Music Notation Editor. (Little time and effort for you)

On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 8:35 PM, Nils <list@nilsgey.de> wrote:
> Hello list!
>
> I hope this is not offtopic and I hope to find help here because Archlinux has python3 as default python.
>
> I have a software, a Music Notation Editor, *here that can start in a one-liner and I need to find a bug that only occurs on some systems.
> ...
> Could you please answer me with the following information attached: Your graphic driver (type ("ati, nvidia, intel" etc. and closed or open source?) and desktop enviroment/window manager (Gnome, KDE, xfce, i3 etc.). If you want to add more information like qt version or X-Server it would be nice as well. Everything display related helps:
> I believe closed nvidia drivers will shift the symbol. I tested it myself on ati and intel graphics, both 32 and 64 bit and it looked good, both on Linux and Windows. Other users with ati and intel GPU's had no problem. But two persons with an nvidia card had the wrong display.
>
> It would be very nice to hear from you!
>
> Nils
> http://www.laborejo.org
>
> *The only modifications to your system are new dir .laborejo in your home directory and the downloaded files via git.


I seem to have an alignment problem. http://i.imgur.com/yl7JY.png

64bit
KDE 4.7.4-2
Xorg 1.11.3-1
Qt 4.8.0-2
Nvidia (closed) 290.10-2

I also use TwinView, If it's relevant.

--Chris Sakalis
 
Old 01-19-2012, 06:18 PM
Stefan Wilkens
 
Default Help needed to find a system/graphics related bug in my Music Notation Editor. (Little time and effort for you)

2012/1/19 Nils <list@nilsgey.de>:
> Hello list!
>
> I hope this is not offtopic and I hope to find help here because Archlinux has python3 as default python.
>
> I have a software, a Music Notation Editor, *here that can start in a one-liner and I need to find a bug that only occurs on some systems.
>
> git clone git://github.com/nilsgey/Laborejo.git && cd Laborejo && ./laborejo-qt.sh
>
> This will download and run my software Laborejo as normal user without installing anything. The only modifications to your system are new dir .laborejo in your home directory and the downloaded files via git. The only dependency is pyqt and git to download it
>
> You will see 5 lines and a symbol. The symbol must be perfectly alingned within the five lines (one pixel above can be tolerated). It should look like this: http://www.wargsang.de/pyqt-bug-report.jpg
> Do you see that symbol shifted up or down or is it correct?
>
> Could you please answer me with the following information attached: Your graphic driver (type ("ati, nvidia, intel" etc. and closed or open source?) and desktop enviroment/window manager (Gnome, KDE, xfce, i3 etc.). If you want to add more information like qt version or X-Server it would be nice as well. Everything display related helps:
> I believe closed nvidia drivers will shift the symbol. I tested it myself on ati and intel graphics, both 32 and 64 bit and it looked good, both on Linux and Windows. Other users with ati and intel GPU's had no problem. But two persons with an nvidia card had the wrong display.
>
> It would be very nice to hear from you!
>
> Nils
> http://www.laborejo.org
>
> *The only modifications to your system are new dir .laborejo in your home directory and the downloaded files via git.

Box 1:
The image[1] appears to render properly for me

uname -a:
Linux archsteef 3.2.1-1-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Fri Jan 13 08:19:09 UTC
2012 i686 AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 955 Processor AuthenticAMD GNU/Linux

Graphics Driver: nvidia proprietary 290.10
Graphics Card: nVidia Corporation GF104 [GeForce GTX 460] (rev a1)
Xorg: 1.11.3 (11103000)
DE: Gnome 3.2.1
Qt: 4.8.0

Box 2:
The image[2] appears to render properly for me

uname -a:
Linux lapsteef 3.1.8-1-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Sat Jan 7 08:03:08 UTC 2012
i686 Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 560 @ 2.13GHz GenuineIntel GNU/Linux

Graphics Driver: Intel 2.17.0
Graphics Card: Intel Corporation Mobile GME965/GLE960 Integrated
Graphics Controller (rev 0c)
Xorg: 1.11.3 (11103000)
DE: KDE 4.7.4
Qt: 4.8.0


[1] http://i.imgur.com/yp1BF.png
[2] http://i.imgur.com/FMIEE.png
 
Old 01-19-2012, 06:25 PM
Sander Jansen
 
Default Help needed to find a system/graphics related bug in my Music Notation Editor. (Little time and effort for you)

On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 12:35 PM, Nils <list@nilsgey.de> wrote:
> Hello list!
>
> You will see 5 lines and a symbol. The symbol must be perfectly alingned within the five lines (one pixel above can be tolerated). It should look like this: http://www.wargsang.de/pyqt-bug-report.jpg
> Do you see that symbol shifted up or down or is it correct?
>

It shifted upwards by a couple of pixels. Using Quadro FX 4600 with
NVIDIA 290.10-2.
 
Old 01-19-2012, 09:19 PM
"Jrme M. Berger"
 
Default Help needed to find a system/graphics related bug in my Music Notation Editor. (Little time and effort for you)

Nils wrote:
> Hello list!
>
> I hope this is not offtopic and I hope to find help here because Archlinux has python3 as default python.
>
> I have a software, a Music Notation Editor, here that can start in a one-liner and I need to find a bug that only occurs on some systems.
>
> git clone git://github.com/nilsgey/Laborejo.git && cd Laborejo && ./laborejo-qt.sh
>
> This will download and run my software Laborejo as normal user without installing anything. The only modifications to your system are new dir .laborejo in your home directory and the downloaded files via git. The only dependency is pyqt and git to download it
>
> You will see 5 lines and a symbol. The symbol must be perfectly alingned within the five lines (one pixel above can be tolerated). It should look like this: http://www.wargsang.de/pyqt-bug-report.jpg
> Do you see that symbol shifted up or down or is it correct?
>
> Could you please answer me with the following information attached: Your graphic driver (type ("ati, nvidia, intel" etc. and closed or open source?) and desktop enviroment/window manager (Gnome, KDE, xfce, i3 etc.). If you want to add more information like qt version or X-Server it would be nice as well. Everything display related helps:
> I believe closed nvidia drivers will shift the symbol. I tested it myself on ati and intel graphics, both 32 and 64 bit and it looked good, both on Linux and Windows. Other users with ati and intel GPU's had no problem. But two persons with an nvidia card had the wrong display.
>
> It would be very nice to hear from you!
>
> Nils
> http://www.laborejo.org
>
> *The only modifications to your system are new dir .laborejo in your home directory and the downloaded files via git.
>
Shifted up (and so are the note heads if I add some notes to the
score). ATI Radeon HD 4350 with the open-source drivers and Awesome
WM on a 64 bits box.

Package versions
----------------

extra/python 3.2.2-2
extra/pyqt 4.9-2
extra/python2 2.7.2-4
extra/python2-pyqt 4.9-2
extra/xf86-video-ati 6.14.3-1
extra/xorg-server 1.11.3-1
archlinuxfr/awesome 3.4.11-3

uname -a
--------

Linux xxxx 3.1.9-2-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Sat Jan 14 09:11:37 CET 2012
x86_64 AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3800+ AuthenticAMD
GNU/Linux

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Old 01-19-2012, 09:35 PM
Jonathan Dlouhy
 
Default Help needed to find a system/graphics related bug in my Music Notation Editor. (Little time and effort for you)

On 01/19/12 17:19, "Jrme M. Berger" wrote:

Could you please answer me with the following information attached: Your graphic driver (type ("ati, nvidia, intel" etc. and closed or open source?) and desktop enviroment/window manager (Gnome, KDE, xfce, i3 etc.). If you want to add more information like qt version or X-Server it would be nice as well. Everything display related helps:
I believe closed nvidia drivers will shift the symbol. I tested it myself on ati and intel graphics, both 32 and 64 bit and it looked good, both on Linux and Windows. Other users with ati and intel GPU's had no problem. But two persons with an nvidia card had the wrong display.

It would be very nice to hear from you!

uname -a
--------

Linux xxxx 3.1.9-2-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Sat Jan 14 09:11:37 CET 2012
x86_64 AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3800+ AuthenticAMD
GNU/Linux

Jerome


uname -a
Linux arch 3.2.1-1-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Fri Jan 13 06:50:31 CET 2012
x86_64 Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU E5700 @ 3.00GHz GenuineIntel GNU/Linux


Nvidia 6200 Le with closed-source driver (current), and xfce4

git clone git://github.com/nilsgey/Laborejo.git && cd Laborejo &&
./laborejo-qt.sh

fatal: could not create work tree dir 'Laborejo'.: No such file or directory
 

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