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CLOSED  Bug report #206  -  Logbook (F4) content and flip page widgets displaced when opened while reading piece of paper.
Posted Mar 09, 2012 - updated Mar 17, 2012   Shortlink:
icon_info.png This issue has been closed with status "Fixed" and resolution "RESOLVED".
Issue details
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    Bug report
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    Not triaged
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  • Time spent
    369899 hours
  • Category
    User interface
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Issue description
Hi, following images best describes the issue Book GUI Displacementicon_open_new.png Book GUI Displacement 2icon_open_new.png The effect might differ depending on resolution/aspect ratio.

Note: there is a short reddit thread
Steps to reproduce this issue
  1. Start game in windowed mode at any resolution on Linux (current git) - I used 1920x1200
  2. Load a savegame in which you have a piece of paper (I used the "At last, the time has come. Soon my body will..." one - probably the last one you get in the arx fatalis game story)
  3. Press F4 to open logbook (might be redundant)
  4. Hover over letter and press F to open it
  5. Press F4 to get back to the logbook - the GUI will be now displaced

Comment posted by
 Daniel Scharrer
Mar 13, 09:25
This should be fixed in the glitches branch. I haven't pushed directly to master because I want to first verify that the patch doesn't break anything else.
Comment posted by
Mar 17, 01:57
Now merged to master

The issue was updated with the following change(s):
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  • The resolution has been updated, from Not determined to RESOLVED.