JavaFX nodes getting desynced

Kevin Rushforth kevin.rushforth at
Thu Jul 26 05:53:26 PDT 2012

Hi Sebastian,

Since 2.2 is done, no more bug fixes will go into the release. I 
recommend that you employ the workaround suggested by Lubo.

-- Kevin

Sebastian Rheinnecker wrote:
> Hello Lubo,
> thank you very much for pointing me to that bugfix. After some 
> testing, I think this solved the bug. I was chasing it for quite a 
> couple of days now. As for the release of the fix, I really hope this 
> makes it into 2.2, since the use case is the common case for our library.
> kind regards,
> Sebastian Rheinnecker
> Am 25.07.2012 16:50, schrieb Lubomir Nerad:
>> Hi Sebastian,
>> from my investigation it seems that your problem is another 
>> manifestation of the RT-23351 bug 
>> ( I wasn't able to 
>> reproduce the problem on the runtime from the JavaFX 3.0 repository 
>> where the bug was fixed. To double-check you can try to use 
>> FixedGroup (or similarly patched layout containers) from 
>> Workaround.diff (attached to the RT-23351).
>> Regards,
>> Lubo
>> On 7/25/2012 2:23 PM, Sebastian Rheinnecker wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> we experience a strange bug when using a custom animation in which 
>>> the nodes of the SceneGraph are not really at the position they are 
>>> meant to be (or there at all).
>>> I posted the detailled description in the OTN forums including a 
>>> link to the application and screencasts to point out the bug:
>>> We'd be very glad if someone from the dev team could point us to 
>>> something helpful.
>>> kind regards,

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