Query gives reduced property window in schematic

Discussion in 'Cadence' started by Rajeswaran M, Dec 20, 2004.

  1. Rajeswaran M

    Rajeswaran M Guest

    When particular object is queried the property window is small and we
    need to resize every alternative time. Also during that time the icfb
    hangs for few seconds. we started facing the problem since our recent
    linux migration. The problem exists both in KDE and Gnome environments.
    Any help?
    Rajeswaran M, Dec 20, 2004
  2. This is known at Cadence and they post a Solution for this on
    Sourcelink # 11139956.

    Here it is it's a kind of wrapper SKILL around the 'schHiObjectProperty'


    ;; Workaround Solution # 11139956 ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

    procedure( CCSsopCB2( l_newSize "l" )
    let( ((initSize schObjPropForm->initialSize))
    hiSetFormSize(schObjPropForm l_newSize)
    schObjPropForm->initialSize = initSize

    procedure( CCSsopCB1( )
    hiRegTimer(sprintf( nil "CCSsopCB2('%L)" hiiGetFormSize(schObjPropForm) ) 10)

    procedure( CCSschObjProp( )
    hiRegTimer( "CCSsopCB1()" 1 )

    hiSetBindKey( "Schematics" "<Key>q" "CCSschObjProp( )" )

    Bernd Fischer, Dec 20, 2004
  3. Rajeswaran M

    Guest Guest

    This bug has been reported against KDE. I have never seen it with Gnome.

    What window manager are you using with Gnome?

    -Pete Zakel

    "Under capitalism, man exploits man. Under Communism, it's just the opposite."

    -J. K. Galbraith
    Guest, Dec 21, 2004
  4. Rajeswaran M

    Rajeswaran M Guest

    Hi Pete,

    We use sawfish as window manager in Gnome. We do have the same problem
    in this too.

    Rajeswaran M, Dec 23, 2004
  5. Rajeswaran M

    Guest Guest

    That's interesting. I've tested here at Cadence using sawfish and have not
    seen the problem. We've only seen the problem with KDE and twm.

    The other window managers I tested that did not show the problem were mwm
    (Motif), dtwm (CDE), metacity (GNOME 2.0), olwm (OpenLook) and olvwm

    I've confirmed that we are making multiple resize calls, and with KDE it just
    ignores the final resize(s). I've confirmed with the debugger that the final
    resize call is the correct size, and due to the complexity of our software
    there is no easy way to ensure that only one resize call is made.

    -Pete Zakel

    "The more we disagree, the more chance there is that at least one of us
    is right."
    Guest, Jan 4, 2005
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