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Scroll bar is displayed although the shapes are inserted within the paper size boundaries #16

ilieandriuta opened this issue Dec 17, 2018 · 0 comments


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@ilieandriuta ilieandriuta commented Dec 17, 2018


  1. Create a diagram page
  2. Insert two general shapes close to each other horizontally
  3. Click 'Save & View'


The shapes are saved and displayed properly in the diagram.


A scroll bar is displayed below the two shapes, although the shapes are inserted within the paper size boundaries. If a third shape is placed below and the page is saved, the scroll bar dissappears.

Environment: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit, Edge 17, using a local instance of XWiki 10.10 on PostgreSQL 10.




@ilieandriuta ilieandriuta added this to the 1.6 milestone Dec 17, 2018
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oanalavinia added a commit to oanalavinia/application-diagram that referenced this issue Aug 13, 2019
…aper size boundaries xwikisas#16

* the scale of the graph was changed, but never applied so that 'overflow' could be changed back to hidden, since it is not the case to use 'auto' here
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