On 1/10/07, momo <momo@...1386...> wrote:
> However, in the attached file, the path is 10px in size but its
> is 44.1% - how did you manage to set it, if it snaps to 10% increments
> as you say?
The object on the left renders like showed on the attached screenshot (it
has a square blur shape) and blur has an increment of 24,7%. Can't tell you
why or how that happened, I can just report what I get.
The one on the right had an increment of 20%.
OK, now I'm totally confused. In the attached file, you have blur
values of 0.5% (left) and 44.1% (right). I don't understand how they
got those values if they have those increments as you say.
Note: I'm not doubting your report, I'm just trying to understand it,
and trying to understand it involves trying to find logic in what
you're seeing (and what I'm not seeing). So don't get offended if I
appear to be looking for inconsistencies in your reports. It's all
part of trying to understand what's going on.
> So, are you saying this mysterious bug depends on _shape_, too?
Looks like you don't really want to take my reports seriously, so I'll stop
loosing time reporting. I posted a video showing the bug in action, I posted
a bug report, I made all I can to explain this bug's behaviour, so if
someone else (Johan?) want to continue reporting, please do so. It'll be sad
to see that behaviour in 0.45 release on Windows...
It's a pity you got such impression. As I said, I'm just trying to
understand, and yes, some of your first reports did seem somewhat
incomplete or inconsistent to me. The movie helped, but then the shape
of the object got into play and I got confused again. Lastly, the
square clipping of the blur in your screenshot looks like another bug
which I cannot reproduce either.
Anyway, you're right, don't waste time on me :) Since I cannot
reproduce or even understand it, it's not likely that I will be able
to find a fix. Let's hope someone will be able to fix it eventually.
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