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From Harbs <harbs.li...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: TextFlowLine recycling
Date Thu, 06 Nov 2014 19:31:40 GMT
If someone has the time to walk through this with me off-list, that would be very helpful.
I’d really like an extra set of eyeballs to make sure I’m not missing something with this
and I don’t blow things up. I don’t have a good enough grasp on exactly how the management
of TextFlowLines is supposed to be working.

On Nov 6, 2014, at 7:15 PM, Alex Harui <aharui@adobe.com> wrote:

> My memory is a bit fuzzy.  I thought TextLine recycling wasn’t
> per-paragraph, or is there a TextBlock per paragraph?
> The doc says that TextBlock.createTextLine/recreateTextLine returns null
> if the TextBlock is empty or if the width specified is less than the width
> of the next element, and to check the TextBlock.textLineCreationResult
> property if you get a null.
> Could it just be that the number of lines in the paragraph when to zero?
> -Alex
> On 11/6/14, 2:26 AM, "Harbs" <harbs.lists@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I ran into an issue where I have a runtime error in
>> TextFlowLine.getTextLine(). I’m having trouble stepping through things,
>> but as best as I can figure, the issue is caused by the umber of lines in
>> a paragraph becoming reduced.
>> The RTE happens inside TextFlowline.recreateTextLine() after requesting
>> the line from the TextBlock. The function (I’m not sure if it’s
>> createTextLine or recreateTextLine) returns null. The TextBlock.lastLine
>> is the line before the current one.
>> The caller of this mess is ComposeState.composeNextLine.
>> If anyone is still following me, my problem is I’m not sure the best way
>> to fix this. I’m not sure why this is breaking now. I’m not sure what I
>> changed that’s causing this error. Should I fix
>> TextFlowLine.getTextLine() to return null if there’s no more lines in the
>> paragraph? Will there be any other repercussions from doing that? Should
>> I fix ComposeState/BaseCompose  so it does not try to compose the next
>> line once the paragraph is out of lines?
>> Is anyone familiar enough with the composer to even give me suggestions?
>> :-(
>> Harbs

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