Loading palette causes a graphical glitch
|Reported by:||D Gowers||Owned by:||Thomas Bernard|
Palette dialog is half rendered in one palette and half in another (screenshot attached).
OKing the dialog and reopening renders the dialog normally.
Steps to reproduce:
- start grafx2-sdl
- leftclick 'Pal'
- Click 'Load
- Set the filetype selector to png
- load the provided file (32 color palette, plus some grays near #255 for grafx2's use)
Dialog is then split in two across a vertical line which passes through the Cancel button. The dialog remains fully operable. Clicking on any element does not cause it to rerender in the 'new' colors (or in the old colors either! Any elements that are visually 'split' remain split.); the colors any part of any element is rendered in appears to be entirely dependent on its location within the dialog.
Slightly different actions appear to cause a different set of 'old colors': for example, first accidentally causing a load error by clicking on an empty file, then loading the correct file, caused the 'old colors' to be almost entirely blacked out.
Since this is a temporary cosmetic glitch, I'm reporting mainly because of how strange it is.
OS: Arch Linux x86_64 (Linux 5.0.5)