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You will note that your canvas gets a red outline; it reminds you that changes to your objects now affect your animation.

This feature don't exists in last version. Why?--Genete 19:20, 22 September 2007 (EDT)

I still see it. I don't know why you don't. It's talking about a red rectangle drawn around the edge of the canvas, inside the scrollbars. dooglus 20:43, 22 September 2007 (EDT)
I know perfectly that kind of red square around the edge of the canvas inside the scroll bars... It is used for other animation program for a similar use. Please watch my edition window before and after pressing the green checkbox (for me is a check box and not a green circle) and see how the green checkbox is converted to a red circle and the red square doesn't appear. Using Ubuntu 6.10 and synfig 0.61.06 svn 724 --Genete 13:39, 23 September 2007 (EDT)
And mine - BEFORE:
and AFTER:
I'm using XFCE4 in Ubuntu 7.04. I don't know why the red box isn't showing for you. I think it should be reported as a bug. with a link to this Talk page in the bug report.
dooglus 04:16, 24 September 2007 (EDT)
I just had a look at how the red border is drawn:
synfig-studio/src/gtkmm/workarea.cpp does this:
Could it be an issue with the Gtk theme you're using? Does the red border come back if you switch to ClearLooks for example?
Using ClearLooks doesn't work. I've tried othres
The green dot is now a green dot and not a green checkbox but the red borders still missing. I've tested other Themes and the only ones that works are following:
  • Resillience
  • LargePrint
  • LowContrastLargePrint
  • Glider
  • Mist (partially; the thick of the red border is a half)
  • LowContrast
  • LightHouseWhite
  • Raleight
  • Redmond
  • Simple
  • ThinIce
I'll open a bug. --Genete 10:47, 24 September 2007 (EDT)