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#1127 fixed PixbufData instance for MArray missing a method axel guest

Reported by guest, 6 years ago.

description

gtk/Graphics/UI/Gtk/Gdk/PixbufData.hs.pp:58:0: No instance nor default method for class operation Data.Array.Base.getNumElements

seems straightforward.

#1156 fixed textBufferPasteClipboard axel guest

Reported by guest, 6 years ago.

description

Unable to paste at the current cursor position

In TextBuffer?, function textBufferPasteClipboard has type

textBufferPasteClipboard :: TextBufferClass? self => self -> Clipboard -> TextIter? -> Bool defaultEditable -> IO ()

I think the type should be textBufferPasteClipboard :: TextBufferClass? self => self -> Clipboard -> Maybe TextIter? -> Bool defaultEditable -> IO ()

#1157 invalid afterSizeAllocate throws schedule: re-entered unsafely bug axel guest

Reported by guest, 5 years ago.

description

After trying the mailing list and not getting any response I though I'd just report it as a bug.

The error thrown is : Client.exe: schedule: re-entered unsafely.

Perhaps a 'foreign import unsafe' should be 'safe'?

and a sample code is

-- | Event in which we need to resize the images in. frameResizeEvent :: [Image] -> Pos -> Rectangle -> IO () frameResizeEvent imgs (h,w) (Rectangle x y width height) =

do

print (x,y,width,height)

let f = (fromIntegral)
Int -> Float
let t = (truncate)
Float -> Int let wScale = ceiling (f width/ f w) let hScale = ceiling (f height/ f h) mapM_ (scalePixbufTo wScale hScale) imgs

scalePixbufTo :: Int -> Int -> Image -> IO () scalePixbufTo w h img =

do

buf <- imageGetPixbuf img nBuf <- pixbufScaleSimple buf w h InterpBilinear? imageSetFromPixbuf img nBuf

It works one time, when the window is initially shown, but after that, it crashes with the error mentioned above. This really is a show stopper for me and I hope it's just me doing something wrong.

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