Wire break works in FF but not in Chrome
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andyfierman 7 years ago
******BUG****** Concise problem statement: Dropping a component onto a wire should break the wire and rejoin the ends of the wire to the ends of the coponent: like in LTspice. In Firefox 23.01 this works OK. In Google Chrome, it does not work. Steps to reproduce bug: 1. Draw a horizontal wire. 2. Drop a resistor onto the wire. 3. Drag the resistor vertically away from the wire. Results: In Firefox 23.0.1, the wire "rubber bands" up or down, still attached to the resistor ends. In Chrome Version 29.0.1547.76 m, the resistor pulls away but the wire stays fixed. It does not "rubber band" and there is no break where the resistor used to be. Expected results: Wire should break when component pin ends lie on the wire. Url: n/a Browser:Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:23.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/23.0
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andyfierman 7 years ago
In Chrome and Chromium on Kunutu 12.04 LTS, this bug seems to be fixed but see bug report on mouse sticking to canvas in Firefox 24.0 (on Kubuntu 12.04 LTS).
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andyfierman 7 years ago
This is a bit strange .... "In Chrome and Chromium on Kunutu 12.04 LTS, this bug seems to be fixed" but in Chrome Version 29.0.1547.76 m on WinXP Pro SP3 32 bit, it does not work.
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dillon 7 years ago
It is strange that we can't find this bug in the virtual XP and chrome 29. Please reload the web app and try it again. If you can find your context. Try to Delete your cache and other browser data and try it again. Warming, look after your data. Thanks.
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andyfierman 7 years ago
Ahah! Fixing the right-click menu causes mouse to stick bug (<a href="https://easyeda.com/bbs_view_10.htm" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://easyeda.com/bbs_view_10.htm</a>) means that now I can draw a wire, drop a component onto it and then see that the wire break and join to the component ends works in Firefox 24.0, as well as in Google Chrome Version 29.0.1547.76 and in Chromium Version 28.0.1500.71 Ubuntu 12.04 (28.0.1500.71-0ubuntu1.12.04.1). Good stuff. :) But ... <a href="https://easyeda.com/bbs_view_8.htm" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://easyeda.com/bbs_view_8.htm</a> still happens. :( At least that's two browsers that seem to fully work on Linux.
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