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Update: Round position attributes on cover focal point save #19183

merged 1 commit into from Dec 18, 2019


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jorgefilipecosta commented Dec 16, 2019


As @mmtr noted in #18665 (comment), the rounding problem on the cover block was not totally fixed. During the save we should also round the value.
This PR fixes the problem and introduces the deprecation logic to keep current blocks valid.

How has this been tested?

On the master branch, I inserted a cover block with an image background.
I set the focal point coordinates to seven.
I checked on the code view that the background-position was "7.000000000000001%".
I saved the post.
I switched to this branch and reloaded the post.
I verified the block was still valid and in the code editor, I verified the background-position was now 7%.
I inserted another block with 7 as the focal point position and verified in the code editor that the position was 7%.


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glendaviesnz commented Dec 16, 2019

Tested this locally and can verify that it works as advertised for both existing saved block content with unrounded %s, and with new blocks.

mmtr approved these changes Dec 18, 2019
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Thanks for the fix @jorgefilipecosta! This works great on my tests, with both new and existing cover blocks.

@jorgefilipecosta jorgefilipecosta merged commit d4a1202 into master Dec 18, 2019
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