Image scaling and scrolling issue



  • There is a terrible and annoying bug in vivaldi: if you zoom an image in you may become unable to pan it using the scrollbars because the sliders will reach their lowest/highest position while the image hasn't reached its edge. To put it differently, slider limits do not correspond to the size of a zoomed image. A demonstration: The original image: [url=http://www.makelinux.net/kernel_map/LKM3_2048.png]Linux Kernel MAP (hi-res)[/url] you may want to look at it closely, to make out small details and thus you zoom it in. What you may get is this: [url=http://rghost.net/6xTVLSsvQ/image.png]unscrollable image[/url] Note how the slider of the scrollbar on the right is at its highest position meaning you can't go on with scrolling. While what we see is not the uppermost part of the image.



  • This isn't only an issue on Linux but on Windows as well. Using Vivaldi 1.0.270.16 (Entwickler-Build) (64-Bit) on Windows 10 produces the same result. The awkward thing is you won't ever be able to see the details of the picture's top since the zoom cuts always the top area.


  • Vivaldi Team

    Guys, I can't reproduce this bug in Linux. Can you provide more details?



  • Yes, it's easy to demonstrate. There is no magic in reproducing this bug (no hard to take steps). Just clicking on the zoom bar and trying to scroll an image.
    Here is a video demonstration
    I used the same image as above (but the image doesn't matter):
    Linux Kernel Map (hi-res)



  • The video shows it all. If a picture tells more than words, how much more is telling us a video. :) I want to stress the point again Vivaldi 1.0.275.3 (Developer Build) dev (64-bit) on Windows 10 and Windows 8.1 is producing exactly the same result. It's not a Linux issue!


  • Vivaldi Team

    Ah, OK. Now I see the bug.

    Thanks, will send a bug report.


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