hg: openjfx/8u-dev/rt: RT-16923: Toolkit addListener methods should ignore null listeners

2014-03-05 Thread hang . vo
Changeset: b6f62f8bd8e6 Author:vadim Date: 2014-03-05 12:48 +0400 URL: http://hg.openjdk.java.net/openjfx/8u-dev/rt/rev/b6f62f8bd8e6 RT-16923: Toolkit addListener methods should ignore null listeners Reviewed-by: anthony, kcr, fheidric !

Re: [8u6] Review request : RT-35619 IMX6-SDP / Yocto hard float : crash while running hello.HelloComboBox

2014-03-05 Thread Lisa Selle
Can you check the bug number? This doesn't look right... I guess it should be https://javafx-jira.kenai.com/browse/RT-35619 On 3/5/2014 10:19 AM, Rafi Tayar wrote: Hi Daniel, Lisa, Please review the patch in the Jira : https://javafx-jira.kenai.com/browse/RT-35616 Thanks, Rafi

Re: [8u6] Review request : RT-35619 IMX6-SDP / Yocto hard float : crash while running hello.HelloComboBox

2014-03-05 Thread Kevin Rushforth
As a reminder (and not to pick on Rafi) this is the second time in as many days that an 8-update review has been sent out for a bug that is targeted for FX 9. In order to help us better track which bugs are going into which release, please set the release target as appropriate before starting

Re: [8u6] Review request : RT-35619 IMX6-SDP / Yocto hard float : crash while running hello.HelloComboBox

2014-03-05 Thread Kevin Rushforth
Oops. I didn't read Lisa's and Rafi's follow-on messages about the bug ID being wrong. Sorry about that. -- Kevin Kevin Rushforth wrote: As a reminder (and not to pick on Rafi) this is the second time in as many days that an 8-update review has been sent out for a bug that is targeted for

Re: CSS Font size in points doesn't match Node.Font.Size

2014-03-05 Thread Felipe Heidrich
Hi On Mar 4, 2014, at 4:42 PM, Jeff Martin j...@reportmill.com wrote: Thanks Tom! I assume the thread was this one: Font.font() says it is point size but it looks like it are pixels http://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/openjfx-dev/2014-January/012398.html I guess the

Poor font rendering..

2014-03-05 Thread Pedro Duque Vieira
Hi, As evidenced by the screenshots in http://pixelduke.wordpress.com/ blog posts about JMetro, javafx as noticeably poor font rendering visuals. The most recent screenshots were taken on a windows 8.1 machine and the older ones on windows 7, using Segoe UI (windows 7 8 system font). 1- As this

Re: Poor font rendering..

2014-03-05 Thread Stephen F Northover
Hi Pedro, Font rendering in FX8 is using the native rasterizer so the glyphs should be identical to what the operating system is rendering. That said, we may have a bug. Please enter a JIRA with sample code and a screen shot of the bad rendering. That will give us something concrete to

[8u20] Review request: RT-35197: Use Lambda in FX runtime and samples

2014-03-05 Thread Stephen F Northover
Hi Kirill, Please review the lambdification of the base component. You are welcome to apply the patch, but there are numerous changes and they are all automatic. If you have outstanding changes, please commit them and I will lambdify once more, Jira:

Re: [8u20] Review request: RT-35197: Use Lambda in FX runtime and samples

2014-03-05 Thread Stephen F Northover
.. of course I mean the media component, not base. I just change the template to say your component ... Steve On 2014-03-05 3:41 PM, Stephen F Northover wrote: Hi Kirill, Please review the lambdification of the base component. You are welcome to apply the patch, but there are numerous

hg: openjfx/8u-dev/rt: ECLIPSE ONLY: fix .classpath

2014-03-05 Thread hang . vo
Changeset: dc63b991dc39 Author:snorthov Date: 2014-03-05 15:39 -0500 URL: http://hg.openjdk.java.net/openjfx/8u-dev/rt/rev/dc63b991dc39 ECLIPSE ONLY: fix .classpath ! modules/media/.classpath

hg: openjfx/2u/dev/rt: Added tag 2.2.60-b09 for changeset 53d0f8119d8c

2014-03-05 Thread hang . vo
Changeset: 143b27648d96 Author:hudson Date: 2014-03-05 09:01 -0800 URL: http://hg.openjdk.java.net/openjfx/2u/dev/rt/rev/143b27648d96 Added tag 2.2.60-b09 for changeset 53d0f8119d8c ! .hgtags

Re: CSS Font size in points doesn't match Node.Font.Size

2014-03-05 Thread Tom Schindl
From my tests the font size generated by CSS is what one gets with the same point size and font using native apps and Qt - my complaint was the font size when using the Java API. Tom Von meinem iPhone gesendet Am 05.03.2014 um 23:03 schrieb Felipe Heidrich felipe.heidr...@oracle.com:

Re: CSS Font size in points doesn't match Node.Font.Size

2014-03-05 Thread Kevin Rushforth
I don't think we can do what you suggest about the warning, since there are cases where CSS could be initialized prior to calling into the application (e.g., the default preloader, deploy dialogs), but I think it might make sense to add a property to control the scale. Can you file a JIRA

Drag and Drop Doesn't work in JFXPanel on MacOSX

2014-03-05 Thread Jeff Martin
Has anyone else noticed that Drag and Drop doesn't work with JFXPanel on MacOSX (unless I'm doing something stupid)? I filed a bug: https://javafx-jira.kenai.com/browse/RT-36127 There is a very simple test case in the comment. jeff

Re: CSS Font size in points doesn't match Node.Font.Size

2014-03-05 Thread Stephen F Northover
Hi all, To change the Java API now would break the universe. All you can do is add new API. This can be in the form of new methods on Font, however things like Font.getSize() must always return pixels. A new method can be added getPoints() and new constructors that take points added, or

Re: CSS Font size in points doesn't match Node.Font.Size

2014-03-05 Thread Pedro Duque Vieira
Here is the definition of point: http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_units.asp As Jeff is saying it should be 1/72 inch. I think this should be the default. Isn't the introduction of modena potentially going to break more apps than changing the definition of point? Aren't breaking apps making

Re: CSS Font size in points doesn't match Node.Font.Size

2014-03-05 Thread David Grieve
Everyone should just accept that there is no such thing as a 'point' in JavaFX. Work in pixels and you will achieve nirvana. On 3/5/14, 5:49 PM, Pedro Duque Vieira wrote: Here is the definition of point: http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_units.asp As Jeff is saying it should be 1/72 inch.