Created attachment 52520 [details]
Version: unspecified (using Devel)
Some plasmoids have their inscriptions beginnings slightly cut off, e.g. network monitor and RAM.
Steps to Reproduce:
Add any of those plasmoids to the desktop, resize them up a bit.
Inscriptions beginnings slightly cut off
Inscriptions fully shown.
It's still relevant as for KDE4.6 beta1.
After a discussion on IRC it seems that this is the Tahoma font which is not free and which I don't have.
When I use the Network applet with default font it behaves exactly as it should: when the size of the applet is not big enough to display text then no text is displayed. When I make the applet bigger, the whole strings are correctly displayed.
Created attachment 54524 [details]
network plasmoid in KDE 4.6 beta 2
I still can reproduce it with any font here, including _free_ DejaVu font family.
I'm now using KDE 4.6 beta 2.
Created attachment 54526 [details]
CPU load plasmoid
This bug affects all plasmoids.
Here's a CPU load plasmoid screenshot.
I can't reproduce this. Is it still a problem for the reporter if using recent verions of KDE and Qt like KDE 4.8.x + Qt 4.8.x ?
Created attachment 71417 [details]
Fedora 17, KDE 4.8.3, Qt 4.8.1
(In reply to comment #5)
> I can't reproduce this. Is it still a problem for the reporter if using
> recent verions of KDE and Qt like KDE 4.8.x + Qt 4.8.x ?
100% reproducible in just released Fedora 17.
It's not even funny any more.
Artem Tashkinov, that name rang a bell...
You fiddled with your font setup a lot, right? Can you check whether the problem persists with the default freetype, .fonts.conf etc.? Going from there, can you identify which setting, patch, ... actually triggers the problem?
Fedora 17 LiveCD, *with no settings* changed whatsoever. Go check yourself.
P.S. And I don't understand at all why you are bring my name here - I don't make up bug reports, I only report broken things and missing features. It's damn unprofessional and bound to be insulting to treat bug reports this way.
Sorry for any misunderstanding, I brought your name into it because you have this little linuxfont site that I once stumbled upon, right? (See my second sentence!)
So my line of reasoning was: there is this man that likes to tinker with the font setup, and he sees a one-pixel-off glitch that noone can reproduce (so it seems) ... maybe it has something to do with it. No luck with it, but worth a try.
No insult intended, really.
Created attachment 87567 [details]
CentOS 7.0 x64 RC live KDE image running KDE 4.10.5/Qt 4.8.5
Almost 4 years later the issue, which probably takes a few minutes to be resolved, is still unfixed.
See yourself: http://buildlogs.centos.org/centos/7/isos/x86_64/CentOS-7-live-KDE-x86_64.iso
<rant_mode_on>Too bad you killed KDE 3.5.10 which I've been using for the past six years already and I still refused to update to anything new. When you keep leaving pieces of KDE unpolished, visually broken, inconsistent, no wonder people start looking for alternatives. When I can no longer use KDE 3.5.10 I will most likely update to XFCE or LXQT. I don't need fancy unusable novelties.</rant_mode_on>
Created attachment 88826 [details]
Fedora 21 alpha 1, KDE 4.14
Fedora 21 alpha.
The bug persists.
Hats off to KDE devs!
(I'm still using KDE 3, and I'll probably migrate to XFCE when I cannot use it any more).
Created attachment 90378 [details]
Cannot reproduce either, see screenshot.
It probably depends on a very specific combination of
- monitor DPI
- font size
- font face
- font rendering settings, especially hinting settings
Checking the code, it does nothing wrong. I do not like blaming other projects, but in this case Qt probably returns a wrong bounding box metric for the particular text and font settings. We have similar problems in Dolphin (see bug 337104) and the file dialog (see bug 328497). See also https://bugreports.qt.io/browse/QTBUG-7768
(In reply to Christoph Feck from comment #12)
> Created attachment 90378 [details]
> Cannot reproduce either, see screenshot.
Run Fedora 21 KDE Live Spin under VirtualBox and reproduce this bug immediately. This is no longer funny.
No special settings, no special fonts, no special DPI settings, all defaults.
In Fedora 22 this bug is finally fixed (it looks like the corresponding plasmoid was largely rewritten).
I've no idea which KDE version fixed this bug because KDE's versioning nowadays is a great mystery (Plasma/Applications/Framework).