Visualization issue of hidden TreeItems

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Visualization issue of hidden TreeItems

Conrad Groth
I recently encountered a visualization issue for hidden TreeItems; some texts look like, if they were drawn twice, but moved by 2 pixels. The attached screenshot show the TreeItems, that got visible by scrolling the Tree. If I move the mouse over the TreeItems or navigate with the cursor to that items, they are displayed correctly. The used SWT version is very old (3.6). Has somebody of you heard of such an issue in recent versions of SWT Tree or maybe jface TreeViewer? Or is it worth trying to reproduce that issue with the ControlExample app and a current eclipse version?

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Conrad Groth
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Eric Williams
On 09/02/17 06:46 AM, Conrad Groth wrote:
> I recently encountered a visualization issue for hidden TreeItems; some texts look like, if they were drawn twice, but moved by 2 pixels. The attached screenshot show the TreeItems, that got visible by scrolling the Tree. If I move the mouse over the TreeItems or navigate with the cursor to that items, they are displayed correctly. The used SWT version is very old (3.6). Has somebody of you heard of such an issue in recent versions of SWT Tree or maybe jface TreeViewer? Or is it worth trying to reproduce that issue with the ControlExample app and a current eclipse version?
>
> Regards
> Conrad Groth
>

Hi,

I am not sure which OS you are using, but on the GTK side of things this
bug (and many other Table/Tree bugs) was fixed in Neon (4.6).

As Mickael pointed out on the Platform UI list, upgrading to a newer SWT
version should solve this problem.


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