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ID Category Severity Reproducibility Date Submitted Last Update
0003720 [JEDI VCL] 00 JVCL Components major always 2006-05-22 10:45 2006-06-09 04:07
Reporter ain View Status public  
Assigned To obones
Priority normal Resolution fixed Platform
Status resolved   OS
Projection none   OS Version
ETA none Fixed in Version 3.30 Product Version 3.00
  Target Version Product Build
Summary 0003720: JvXPProgressBar doesnt work as expected
Description When executing code like

  JvXPProgressBar1.Max:= 10;
  for x:= JvXPProgressBar1.Min to JvXPProgressBar1.Max do

then in the end of the loop progrss bar is about 2/3 filled. I expect
it to be 100%. Or when executing

  JvXPProgressBar1.Max:= 1000;
  for x:= JvXPProgressBar1.Min to JvXPProgressBar1.Max do

then the bar shows 100% way before the completion of the loop.
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jac2 (reporter)
2006-05-23 04:38

Looking at the code TJvCustomXPProgressBar.DrawBar, seems to be issues around the building of the blocks and integer maths, it works in whole pixels, so you can get n pixels under or over on every block, instead using real numbers or division to decide where to draw the blocks.

Not a problem with StepIt per se.

I have tested (just for this case) and it works much better
procedure TJvBaseProgressBar.Paint;
  ASize: Integer;
  if (Max - Min <= 0) or (Width <= 0) or (Height <= 0) then
  // calculate the size of the bar based on Min, Max, Position and Width or Height
  ASize := MulDiv(GetMaxBarSize, (Position - Min), (Max - Min));
  if not Smooth then
    ASize := (ASize div steps) * steps;
  DrawBar(Canvas, ASize);

Before there was a line:
    APos := APos - APos mod Steps;
which I can not see doing the job.

ain (reporter)
2006-05-23 13:18

Hmm, in my quick test it doesn't make a difference... just drop JvXPPrpgress bar onto form and:

procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
var x: Integer;
  for x:= JvXPProgressBar2.Min to JvXPProgressBar2.Max do begin

I see the progrssbar to show 100% way before message box pops up.
If I include

  JvXPProgressBar2.Steps:= 1;

in front of the loop, progress bar stays at 0%
obones (administrator)
2006-06-09 04:06

This is now solved in SVN.
Note that setting stepping above the max value (when Steps is greater than 1 for instance) will stay at the max value as soon as it reached it. It is the same behaviour that is displayed by TJvGradientProgressBar.

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2006-05-22 10:45 ain New Issue
2006-05-23 04:38 jac2 Note Added: 0009340
2006-05-23 13:18 ain Note Added: 0009345
2006-06-09 04:06 obones Status new => resolved
2006-06-09 04:06 obones Resolution open => fixed
2006-06-09 04:06 obones Assigned To => obones
2006-06-09 04:06 obones Note Added: 0009530

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