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Re: NSAttributedString size

From: Stéphane Goujet
Subject: Re: NSAttributedString size
Date: Wed, 20 Apr 2005 13:33:59 +0300
User-agent: Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0 (Windows/20041206)

Jonathan Isom a écrit :
>>1st, without attributes ;
>>2nd, with a font attribute, which should be the same as the default
>>  one used in the 1st case ;
>>3rd, with a font attribute, the size of which is twice as big.
>>----------------- Linux-ppc/GNUstep results ----------------------
>>astr size: w=16564.000000, h=14.000000
>>astra H12 size: w=16564.000000, h=14.000000
>>astra H24 size: w=5666.000000, h=27.000000

>>------------------------- Cocoa results --------------------------
>>astr size: w=56.000000, h=15.000000
>>astra H12 size: w=56.000000, h=15.000000
>>astra H24 size: w=112.030998, h=30.000000

> What version of gnustep are you using?

  The versions I use :
make 1.10.0
base 1.10.1
gui 0.9.4
back 0.9.4

But I tried at home, on a computer that has the same GNUstep versions, and got good results :

----------------- Linux-x86/GNUstep ---------------
astr size: w=57.000000, h=14.000000
astra H12 size: w=57.000000, h=14.000000
astra H24 size: w=118.000000, h=27.000000

So, could it be that I am missing fonts (on my Linux-ppc setup) or something like that ?

> here is what i get on 5 day cvs:
> --------------------------
> astr size: w=61.000000, h=14.000000
> astra H12 size: w=56.000000, h=18.000000
> astra H24 size: w=112.000000, h=36.000000
> --------------------------

It is better than my Linux-ppc results, but there is something strange in your results too : lines 1 and 2 should display same results because Helvetica 12 points is the default font.


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