Take a look at the attached picture. If the height of a rounded rectangle falls
below a certain value and the width exceeds a certain amount, strange vertical
lines are drawn outside the rectangle and the arcs don't touch each other
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rounded rectangles picture
Cairo doesn't have any built-in support for rounded rectangles that I'm
aware of. (Unless something was added recently.) How are you creating the
rectangles in your image?
I've created the figures using draw2D/GEF - a framework provided by eclipse.
What made me relate this bug with cairo is the fact that the figures get drawn
differently under linux compared to windows. (btw: they get drawn wrongly under
But it's also likable that it's a bug of draw2d.
Sounds like a bug in the cairo background to GEF ... what GEF is using
on Windows (GDI+ maybe) could have a rounded-rectangle function, so
it's not the same code path.