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R119: scrolling on oversized layout

  • Link to .capx file (required!):

    dl.dropbox.com/u/5214903/scrollbug.capx

    <img src="https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5214903/layoutbug.jpg" border="0" />

    Steps to reproduce:

    1. open new layout

    2. make the height of the layout for example 48024 in properties

    3. scroll down by holding the scroller and drag it down

    Observed result:

    After scrolling down past 70% of the layout, the layout vanishes, but remains if i use the scroll arrows or the mouse wheel but further it is observed that the engine starts to force scrolling to the botom of the layout. This all happens when i click and hold the scroller and drag it up and down at the 30% of the layouts height on the botom.

    Expected result:

    I discovered this by acsident but i believe is suposed to scrool smoothly even at this layout size

    Browsers affected:

    NA

    Operating system & service pack:

    windows 7

    Construct 2 version:

    119

  • not sure if the bug i found is related but objects i put on a layer i use as a HUD with parallax scrolling set at 0,0 does not display. The layout size is 4000x4000

  • LI0NHART - that does not sound related to this thread. If you think there is a bug please make a new thread with a full report otherwise your issue will not be investigated.

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  • Observed result:

    After scrolling down past 70% of the layout, the layout vanishes, but remains if i use the scroll arrows or the mouse wheel but further it is observed that the engine starts to force scrolling to the botom of the layout. This all happens when i click and hold the scroller and drag it up and down at the 30% of the layouts height on the botom.

       

    I ran into this same problem last night with a layout 100000px wide. The only workaround I could find was zooming out until most of the layout fit in the screen.

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