For a more up-to-date list see http://www.dickimaw-books.com/apps/jpgfdraw/faq/
- Jpgfdraw's response time is very slow.
The response time has improved with version 0.5b, however the following things can still slow Jpgfdraw's reaction time: setting the anti-aliasing on; setting the rendering to quality instead of speed; using a dash pattern with a zero length gap (use a solid line instead).
In addition, if you don't have much memory available, high magnifications, displaying the grid and having a high number of subdivisions on the grid may also slow response time.
- Sometimes lines don't show up.
If you have a thin line and the magnification is small or you have low resolution, the line may be too thin to show up on your display. Try either using a thicker line style or increasing the magnification.
- When I try clicking on the canvas to add a new point, nothing
Make sure that you are actually clicking and not dragging. (Some touch sensitive mouse pads can mistake a click for a move or drag.) Make sure that you have selected the correct tool.
- I tried changing the line/text style but nothing
- I tried to create a package based on the flowfram
package, but it didn't define some (or all) of my frames.
- I get an error when I try to LaTeX a pgfpicture environment created by Jpgfdraw.
- I changed the screen mode whilst Jpgfdraw was running, and
1in on the canvas no longer displays as 1in on the screen.
The mapping between bp and screen pixels is computed on startup to improve Jpgfdraw's reaction time, so it doesn't register the change in screen mode. The Bitmap->Refresh menu item will update the scaling factor.