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Created attachment 20020 [details]
In the current release of Workbooks the text editor can get really confused and starts drawing text entries in the wrong places. It seems more like the backgrounds/boxes get redraw roughly in the correct place and size, but the text fields do not. I've found that cutting and pasting blocks of various sizes really triggers this. For example, create a few single line blocks such as "int x = 3;" and then add something like a class. Then take that class and paste it into the first block. The alignments should get all messed up.
Testing with the lastest master it seems the problem isn't nearly as bad in my simple test. However, it still seems to be slightly off. If you look at the screenshots you'll notice that the top border is missing/drawn over.
Created attachment 20021 [details]
First screenshot is 1.1.2, second screenshot is 1.1.90 (15.1 branch, not master), btw.
@Stephen what version of macOS are you on?
Does this happen on all cells? Small workbooks? Large workbooks? More often in some cases than others, etc.
I have not seen anything like what your screenshots are implying.
I'm able to do this fairly reliably reproduce this with very little code. I think the "trigger" is copying larger pieces of code and pasting them into previous smaller blocks of code.
I've been trying to reproduce this again today, but haven't been very successful. I have seen this in the past on several occasions. I'll continue to try and keep an eye out for this as I use workbooks.
Ok, I was able to partly reproduce this with 1.1.90. Here is a screencast
*** Bug 58575 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***