July 2, 2017 at 6:49 pm #6152ngaxaviMember
When I want to open or save my work all names displayed in the window turn into squares as it were encrypted. Which fonts does bootstrap studio use? Maybe I don’t have them installed on my system. PS: I’m using arch linux on gnomeJuly 12, 2017 at 9:07 pm #6292babyfaceMember
I have the same problem on Debian with xfce4. It started some time within the past month. It sure would be nice to have it fixed.July 12, 2017 at 10:28 pm #6293babyfaceMember
update: Downgrading all the packages with pango in the name of them from version 1.40.6-1 to 1.40.5-1 seems to work around the issue on my system, for example, by running
dpkg -i libpango-1.0-0_1.40.5-1_amd64.deb
with with this .deb file and about five others like it.July 24, 2017 at 3:46 pm #6397renodesperMember
I have the same problem in Arch. Downgrading into pango 1.40.5-1 did help.
I hope it can be fix in the next release.July 26, 2017 at 4:54 pm #6423kaloyanMember
I have the same problem in Arch linux and xfce4.July 28, 2017 at 1:02 am #6454
I hate to say “me too”, but “me too”. I’m using Arch and I just bought Bootstrap Studio to day, and I noticed this.
I will try the workarounds suggested. Hopefully it will be fixed soon as I am trialing/demoing this software for the company I work for. If it works well they will probably consider more purchases.July 30, 2017 at 1:16 pm #6474
Reposted from another thread….
Note, I started a demo site on Linux with the idea of opening it in Windows to see if the opposite problem occurs. Since the site was just a one page test like the other one, I set about recreating it. I found that when I added an icon using Font Awesome like I did on the Windows copy of this design, Bootstrap Studio crashes. Again, this is on Linux.
The bug can be seen by doing these simple steps — again, on Linux:
- Open Bootstrap Studio
- Create a design (no need to name it, and just pick the blank design)
- Drag an Icon to the stage
- Double-click the icon ans select Font Awesome from the drop down list
- Bootstrap Studio crashes
Since I used Font Awesome with the design I created in Windows, and that design doesn’t open in Linux — AND since simply choosing Font Awesome in Linux crashes Bootstrap Studio, I am thinking these things are related. I will go back to the Windows version, remove the Font Awesome icon and see if this fixes the issue.July 31, 2017 at 8:28 am #6490Martin AngelovBootstrap Studio Developer
Thank you for reporting and investigating these bugs!
The Electron version Bootstrap Studio is using is a few releases behind, which is probably the reason for the square bug. We are waiting for a stable 1.7 release before upgrading Electron. It should fix this bug.
For the crash, I guess that this is caused by the text rendering libraries that Arch is using. We don’t support and test on that distro officially, so I am afraid I can’t offer much help with this. There is a good chance that the Electron upgrade will fix this as well.July 31, 2017 at 6:42 pm #6494
Thanks for the info. That makes sense.
For what it’s worth, I went into my design that worked on Windows and filed on Linux, changed my Font Awesome characters to use Glyphs instead, and the project opened in Linux just fine after that.
I think it’s odd that Font Awesome usage is the culprit, but that’s what it was in my case.July 31, 2017 at 8:02 pm #6496mmansillaMember
I can confirm this error on Debian 8, it seems to be an issue with pango testing packages, since downgrading to stable is a workaround and seems to temporary fix the problem (until the next system update and then will be needed to downgrade again). Waiting for the electron update for upgrades.August 5, 2017 at 9:25 pm #6537VickyRonnenMember
The same bug happens on Fedora 26, so it is not a debian derived linux releated issue. Fedora is Redhat based.
Using Gnome/wayland and Nvidia drivers. Nouveau drivers crashes too oftenAugust 5, 2017 at 9:52 pm #6538VickyRonnenMember
Moved Bootstrap Studio to a Intel graphics only pc running Fedora 26.
The same bug happens.
So it is not related to the linux distro, nor is it releated to the video card.October 30, 2017 at 9:18 pm #7610mmansillaMember
Is there any advance on this issue?, everytime I update my linux machine I have to downgrade pango related libraries from testing (1.40.12-1) to stable (1.40.5-1) for BS to work.October 31, 2017 at 8:53 am #7613bootstudBlocked
good luck with the alternativesOctober 31, 2017 at 3:56 pm #7622
Evidently, bootstud, you don’t Google much. There are numerous alternatives, some free some not.
I hope you do not officially speak for the Bootstrap Studio developers as your attitude is very elitist. To that end, I’m done conversing with you. If you do represent the Bootstrap Studio Developers themselves, I am inclined to be done with them as well.
Linux is a first-class citizen in development teams. Microsoft has even figured out that they wither support it or lose the “cloud”. While Microsoft was busy winning the desktop, Linux won the world (as in network, internet, cloud, etc.) Whether or not you believe that is of no concern to me.
Now, if the Bootstrap Studio developers continue to want to think of Linux users as sub-par, second-in-line-for-features kind of users — that does concern me. I will take my business elsewhere. Believe me, there are other alternatives. So far I have bought only the one license for trial purposes. It’s a very good product and very cost effective. But I’ll not buy it for the rest of my team, and pass it up the chain to the other 30-ish developers in the organization if they don’t at least put out a road map to address this issue.
So again, I hope you (bootstud) have a nice day. But I’m finished trying to enlighten you.
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