|Table Rendering problem in Windows 7 [message #709676]
||Thu, 04 August 2011 07:10
Registered: August 2011
We're having some issues migrating SWT apps that worked under Windows XP to Windows 7. In particular, Tables seem to look defective under Windows7.
I filed a SWT bug 352042, but no one has even acknowledged it after a month. I'm hoping some of you experts out here can give me some insights.
The problem is:
If the Table background is set to be different from the cell background color,
you'll notice that there's a 1-2px crack between two cells that are not filled
with the cell background color, but instead shows the Table Background.
It looks good in XP:
(sorry I'm not allowed to post screenshots here)
But bad in W7:
The eclipse version I'm using is: Build Identifier: 18.104.22.16810218-0812
If I use an SWT jar from 3-4 jars ago, the problem goes away, so it's not a
Windows 7 native rendering problem, but rather some bug in the new SWT jars
with how it interacts with Windows 7.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a Shell
2. Create a Table in the Shell. Set background to back
3. Create a couple of TableItems and color all cell's background to Light Blue
4. Observer the dark column dividing black lines between columns
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