[protege-owl] Minor Bug: Dragging Divider Erases Annotion Text

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[protege-owl] Minor Bug: Dragging Divider Erases Annotion Text

Steve Wartik
Hi,

Here's a minor problem I just encountered when entering a comment annotation.  It's simple to reproduce:
  1. Create a new OWL ontology.
  2. Switch to the Classes tab.
  3. Click the Create new annotation value button.
  4. Select rdfs:comment and click OK.  (The problem also occurs with rdfs:label and owl:versionInfo.)
  5. Type some text in the comment field.
  6. Without clicking the mouse button, move the cursor to the divider separating the subclass explorer and the class editor, and drag the divider.
The bug is that the comment text disappears when you drag the divider.  Not too big a deal, unless you count the loss of my deathless prose.

This doesn't happen when you drag the divider between the annotations and the logic/properties view stuff.

Steve Wartik
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[protege-owl] Re: Minor Bug: Dragging Divider Erases Annotion Text

Steve Wartik
Reading over that message I just sent, I realize step #6 may not be clear. I meant it to say: Without clicking the mouse button, move the cursor to the divider separating the subclass explorer and the class editor. Then drag the divider. Obviously you can't drag the divider without clicking the mouse button.

Steven Wartik wrote:
Hi,

Here's a minor problem I just encountered when entering a comment annotation.  It's simple to reproduce:
  1. Create a new OWL ontology.
  2. Switch to the Classes tab.
  3. Click the Create new annotation value button.
  4. Select rdfs:comment and click OK.  (The problem also occurs with rdfs:label and owl:versionInfo.)
  5. Type some text in the comment field.
  6. Without clicking the mouse button, move the cursor to the divider separating the subclass explorer and the class editor, and drag the divider.
The bug is that the comment text disappears when you drag the divider.  Not too big a deal, unless you count the loss of my deathless prose.

This doesn't happen when you drag the divider between the annotations and the logic/properties view stuff.

Steve Wartik