[PATCH 1/3] QML-UI: Rearrange the DiveDetails page

David Tillotson david at acmelabs.co.uk
Tue Jan 26 03:50:22 PST 2016

On 26 January 2016 11:37:31 GMT+00:00, Rick Walsh <rickmwalsh at gmail.com> wrote:
>On 26 January 2016 at 22:22, David Tillotson <david at acmelabs.co.uk>
>> On 26 January 2016 10:54:36 GMT+00:00, Rick Walsh
><rickmwalsh at gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>> >Forget about cylinders and weights (just kidding), it appears you
>> >fixed the annoying subsurface-mobile crashes I had been getting when
>> >flicking through my dives.  Tack och grattis!
>> >
>> >Can others confirm this patch has fixed the issue?
>> >
>> >Cheers,
>> >
>> >Rick
>> >
>> >
>> >
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>> I can't reproduce the crashes that I saw, but have found a rather odd
>> scaling issue. Most of the data fields are single lines of text (the
>> cylinder details being the only one that wraps in my data), and the
>> of the display seems to match the total fata width. This leads to the
>> display being wider than the screen on my Note 4 (screenshot
>Yes, that looks like the issue I'm getting too.   Both of us have suit
>entries that take up more than one column width, which pushes the page
>width to greater than the display width.  It's fine for me on dives
>where I
>haven't logged a suit, and fine in landscape mode.
>On another note, 2.8-5.6 deg.  You're keen.  I'll remember not to
>about 11 and 12 degree dives come winter.

On checking other entries, it can be caused by either column. I have some where the Divemaster entry (used a full name to disambiguate the entry) breaches the screen edge, and this stretches the profile and notes.

As to the temperature details, I have an even colder entry, but that's Scottish diving ;-)
David Tillotson

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