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  1. UGENE
  2. UGENE-6691

"Find pattern in MSA" task changes selection even if a user does a drag and drop action right in this moment

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Blocker
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: master
    • Fix Version/s: 34
    • Component/s: Basic-MSA
    • Labels:
      None
    • Story Points:
      2
    • Sprint:
      DEV-34-8, DEV-34-9
    • Affect Type:
      Userdefined

      Description

      Scenario:

      1. Open "data/samples/CLUSTALW/COI.aln".
      2. Open "Search in Alignment" options panel tab.
      3. Enter pattern "ACGT".
      4. Wait until the search task is finished.
        Expected result: there are several results, the first one is somewhere in the third sequence ("Bicolorana_bicolor_EF540830").
      5. Click on the "Bicolorana_bicolor_EF540830" sequence name. Do not release the mouse button.
      6. Drag the sequence name to the next position (to the forth position). Do not release the mouse button.
        Expected result: the search task in NOT relaunched (see UGENE-6689).
        Actual result: the search task is relaunched.
      7. Wait for the search task to complete.
        Actual result: the search task sets the selection to the first found subsequence. The result is in the "Roeseliana_roeseli" sequence. The "Roeseliana_roeseli" sequence name becomes selected.
      8. Move the mouse cursor to the next position in the name list (to the fifth position).
        Expected result: "Bicolorana_bicolor_EF540830" is moved to the fifth position.
        Actual result: "Bicolorana_bicolor_EF540830" is moved to the third position, "Roeseliana_roeseli" is moved to the forth position.

      The search task shouldn't interrupt the user's action.

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              Assignee:
              kir Kirill Rasputin
              Reporter:
              atiunov Aleksey Tiunov
              Assigned Tester:
              Svetlana Samoilenko
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