Re: The most irrelevant bug report ever ;-)

Hi Robert,

I'm aware that the map behaves strangely when it's moved out of the
screen - so far I have just been too lazy to look at the problem
because in practice you rarely run into this issue (I don't think
there are many users of libchamplain living at the border of the map
;-). Anyway, I've just created a new bugzilla report here

so I don't forget about it.


On Sun, May 27, 2012 at 3:29 AM, Robert Park <rbpark exolucere ca> wrote:
> Hi Jiri,
> I just wanted to draw some attention to the fact that the map behavior
> becomes very poorly defined when you try to drag the map view off
> *both* edges of the map. When you just go off one edge of the map, it
> snaps back onto the map in a really pleasing, kinetic way, but if you
> go off both edges, it usually only snaps back in one dimension, not
> both. The dimension to get snapped back seems to be defined by which
> dimension was further away from the map edge, so you can amuse
> yourself by trying to "walk" beyond the edge of the map by doing an
> extreme  drag in one dimension and a small drag in the other
> dimension, repeatedly, to see how far champlain will let you get off
> the map.
> (As you can tell I am having a very productive day filled with only
> the most important of tasks ;-)
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