Darktable: photo displayed too small
The area where the image should show up is as small as the thumbnail in lighttable mode, even when zooming. You can see the full image in the overview in the uppler-left corner. What is also remarkable, is that when zoomed in, a dark grey border shows up in the outer region of the window (also visible in the screenshot, e.g. in the top-right|left).
This did not occur in 0.9.3
I'm using min12, gnome3, PPA-version
#1 Updated by Simon Spannagel about 8 years ago
- Status changed from New to Fixed
Hi, as seen in another bug, you fixed this with the settings for "image drawing area" set to almost screen resolution.
Do you use a custom gtk theme?
The borders show the position of your current view in the whole image. You will notice that they move (just like scrollbars) if you move around in a zoomend image.
#2 Updated by sebix - Sebastian about 8 years ago
- Status changed from Fixed to Incomplete
This bug is neither fixed in current master (release-1.0-579-gf1e5fde) nor in 1.0.3. On which base are these values calculated? Setting them to 9999 or anything like that works just fine.
I reopend it because its still a defect in current versions.
#3 Updated by Simon Spannagel about 8 years ago
Setting it to 9999 slows darktable down a lot since now full-screen thumbnails are processed for a resolution up to 9999x9999px instead of just your screen resolution.
So best values are your screen res minus some space for the panels.
I think the final fix for this just didn't make it into 1.0.3. Not setting it always lead to the small images:
Author: johannes hanika <email@example.com>
Date: Sat Apr 28 19:43:45 2012 +1200
conf: if a variable is not set, look it up in the defaults rc
#13 Updated by sebix - Sebastian over 6 years ago
- File passbild_edit.tiff passbild_edit.tiff added
- File Darktable_04.png Darktable_04.png added
- File Darktable_03.png Darktable_03.png added
- File Darktable_02.png Darktable_02.png added
- File Darktable_01.png Darktable_01.png added
Unfortuately it persists here... Using darktable 1.3-1093-g8347285 (should be yesterday or the day before)
$ mv .config/darktable/ .
The defaults for the drawing area are set to 1300x1000 pixels. I attached 5 screenshots to demonstrate the effect:
1) some image opened, 2) zoomed in 3) the default preferences. After setting the drawing area to higher values 4) and 5)
My full available screen resultion is higher (1920x1200) than the one display on the shots, I just hadn't the window maximized.
Is there a option for -d which displays some information about how the values are determined? dt is not using OpenCL on my system, because the graphics card has too less memory, maybe it's related?
#14 Updated by Tobias Ellinghaus over 6 years ago
- % Done changed from 20 to 0
- Status changed from Incomplete to Closed: won't fix
Oh, that is no bug. It is intended to default to 1300x1000. If you want anything bigger you have to set it manually. Setting this to the current screen size is probably not what we want to do.
#16 Updated by Tobias Ellinghaus over 6 years ago
What would that be? The screen that happens to be attached the first time you ever start darktable? And which one if more than one screen is attached? Trying to be clever about this is probably worse than just letting people configure this ONCE and never think about it again until they buy a bigger screen.
#17 Updated by Elias Nunez 6 months ago
Tiling splits the image on a per-module basis in small parts and processes them one after the other. Most modules require an overlap between tiles, namely any module which has a blur step [run 3 https://run3freegame.com online]- only the non-overlap part can be used further as a net output. In the case of shadows&highlights this overlap is extraordinary large (range of a few hundred pixels in each direction). With the low memory you have in fact darktable is not even able to make the tiles big enough to cover the overlap - let alone to produce any net-content per tile. darktable detects this problem and emits a warning.