Line Chart Comparative View Misbehavior When Resizing Window
When a line chart comparative view is used to display some data and the window is resized, each quadrant subdivides itself further into quadrants, with only the lower-left of each original quadrant responding. Steps to reproduce:
- Launch ParaView and resize to half-screen size.
- Create Line Chart View (Comparative); load data, apply. Optional: manipulate to perform comparisons.
- Resize ParaView to full-screen size (e.g. drag to expand width).
Note that each quadrant is now split. Attempting to manipulation (drag, scrollwheel zoom, etc.) only responds in the lower-left subquadrant of each main quadrant. In addition, mousing over each lower-left subquadrant inherits the view of the upper-left main quadrant's lower-left subquadrant.
Resizing back to half-screen size does not fix (or exacerbate) the issue.
This occurs with ParaView 5.4.1 on OS X 10.11.6.
Pre-resize (Step 2)
Post-resize (Step 3)