Just to update everyone else, the problem was that it creates a pseudo-3D window with 10 planes by default and if you then add a spectrum with only 8 planes (say) it was reducing the number of planes to 8 but it wasn’t correctly cleaning up the scrollbar for the planes, so the scrollbar was being drawn badly (but the rest was ok). That is fixed now in 2.3.1.
On 8 Nov 2013, at 11:34, Justin Lecher <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On 06/11/13 16:53, Wayne Boucher wrote:
>> OK, that was an oversight, I have (hopefully) added that in now (for 2.3.1). It looks like you get 10 planes by default, and I'm not sure what happens if you have more planes than that when you have spectra placed into the window.
> It breaks very badly when loading a spectra with more then the 10
> planes. You can check that with the test spectra I gave you.
> Justin Lecher
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