World Wind 1.3.1 Issues

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Target release date: Monday, March 21. Feature/high-risk commit freeze until then.

Bugs

  • Font problem: Wingdings2/3 is MS Office-only and many don't have it. Randy has made a new font which needs to be installed in the installer. shockfire says: I have PCs where i can't install fonts, so I'd like some workaround for this
  • Jessi needs to check installer changes into CVS
  • Placenames bug: If you turn placenames off, and back on again, they don't come back. A restart is needed then to get the placenames back. (anyone interested in fixing this?)
  • New keychart (local file) needs to be distributed.
  • Shock will fix DDS/JPG saving bug
  • Shock/Mashi will fix download indicator polish issues: DownloadIndicatorProposal
  • Chris will enable tile expiry; is there a way to enable expiry for certain datasets (eg NLT) and not others?
  • gillesk's installer polish issues:
12:43 < gillesk> this is from installing 1.3 on a few machines, minor stuff:
12:43 < gillesk> - encoding with the foreign languages seems wrong
12:44 < gillesk> - after installing managed DirectX, the installer hides in the background - some users do not find it in their (hidden) taskbar ...
12:51 < dpatton_[CA]> jessi-nlt: not a bug, but the release should in clude a "list of changes", both for program changes(e.g. fixes and enhancemnets) and for data changes(e.g. new NLT server coverage, reprocessed colors, etc.)
  • WW_Automation.xsd needs to be fixed in HEAD, included in instal1:
12:36 < Bull_[UK]> the new scripting update has a bug
12:37 < adamhill> line 279
12:37 < adamhill> in WW_Automation.xsd
12:37 < Bull_[UK]> <_adam_gfx> Bull: change the second 'X' on line 279 to a 'Y'

Fixed, should be tested

  • Tile download problems apparently fixed.
  • Mashi has made it so Tahoma happens first, then default system font. ((Tahoma changed to Arial (since Tahoma isn't a "standard" Windows font). Some people feel Arial is harder to read. Note: (Tahoma is a standard Windows font in 98/2000/XP - Standard Windows Fonts -adamhill)))
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