Scaling does not work correctly when non-default fonts are used

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asked Mar 7, 2016 in bug by anonymous

In the following example:

@startuml
scale 2.0
 
skinparam class {
  AttributeFontName  consolas
  AttributeFontSize  12
  AttributeFontStyle italic
}
 
enum MyEnum {
    MyEnumValue1 = 0x00000001
    MyEnumValue2 = 0x00000002
    MyEnumValue3 = 0x00000003
}
 
@enduml
 
the text overflows the right hand edge of the class box.
 
The effect varies as the scale changes - if the scaling is 1.0 everything fits perfectly, but gets worse as the scale increases.
 
There is also an effect with lines connecting classes being either too short or too long, which also seems related to non-default fonts. This is harder to reproduce but I will post an example as soon as I have a simple diagram to demonstrate it.
 
I have observed this with 8037, but it is not new. 8036 was the same, as were many earlier versions.
 
Thanks,
--Alan Gillespie

1 Answer

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answered Mar 7, 2016 by plantuml (134,570 points)
Thanks for the report.

This should be fixed in last beta https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/13064071/plantuml.jar

Tell us if it's not working for you.

Regards,
commented Mar 8, 2016 by anonymous
This seems to fix things :)

Thanks for the excellent support, as usual.
--Alan G.
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