Bug #34361 wrong coordinates when putting objects into nested layer
Submitted: 6 Feb 2008 19:49 Modified: 30 Jan 2009 14:10
Reporter: Johannes Taxacher Email Updates:
Status: Closed Impact on me:
Category:MySQL Workbench Severity:S3 (Non-critical)
Version:5.0.12 OS:Windows
Assigned to: Alfredo Kojima CPU Architecture:Any

[6 Feb 2008 19:49] Johannes Taxacher
when dragging an object from one layer into a nested layer inside the current one the coordinates of the dropped object don't resemble the drop-location (looks like some personal/world-coordinates-messup)

How to repeat:
- new document
- new eer diagramm
- draw a layer with the Layer tool (make it a bigger one to hold another layer and a table)
- draw a second layer _inside_ the first one
- draw a table using the table tool in the first (bigger) layer
- now drag the table from the parent to the child-layer while holding the Ctrl-key
- as soon as you drop the table inside the inner layer (the red focus on the inner table should indicate theupcoming change of hierarchy) the table is positioned quite a bit away from the mousepointer/droplocation
[20 Jan 2009 12:30] Johannes Taxacher
we have removed the possibility to nest layers, therefor this bug is not applicable anymore).
[30 Jan 2009 14:10] Tony Bedford
This change happened very early on it seems (our changelogs go back to 5.0.14 Beta) so I have not added an entry to the changelogs. If the change was in fact made more recently, please let me know the version that the change is applicable to and I will add an entry to the changelog.