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  2. JDK-8146005

The line in the printed page is thinner than the application when we press "Rotate" button

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    • CPU:
      x86_64
    • OS:
      windows_7

      Description

      Testsuite name: FX SceneGraphManual
      Test name(s): test/manual/printing/Line.java
      Product(s) tested: JDK8u72b09 (64bit)
      OS/architecture: Windows7 x64

      Error log file (if present):

      Regression: NO
      Reproducible: Always
      Reproducible on machine: Evergreen-machine

      Steps to reproduce:
      1. Install Test build JDK8u72b09 (64bit) and set JAVA_HOME env
      2. use test bundle java-client-8u71_72.zip and extract to a folder <WS>
      4. Install ANT (version:1.9.3) and set ANT_HOME env
      5. Change javafx.home path in build.properties file(under the folder <WS>)
      6 Enter the testsuite "SceneGraphTests" directory and run command: ant run-manual
      7. Run the case: test/manual/printing/Line.java

      Instructions:
      1. In combobox select LINE.
      2.Select any settings for printer.
      3.Click "Print dialog". Change available options there.
      4.Click "Page dialog". Change available options there
      5.Click buttons "Rotate"
      6.Click print.Printer native dialog can appear at this point. If so, do required action to start printing.
      7.Verify that printed page is the same as in the application(white area corresponds to a page)

      The actual result:
      The line in the printed page is thiner than the application when we press "Rotate" button,please refer to the attachments.

      BTW: we tried this on ubuntu14.10 x86,it is ok.

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            • Assignee:
              prr Philip Race
              Reporter:
              tolli Tony Li (Inactive)
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