On 03/18/2012 08:12 PM, MirandaJae wrote:
The "beginning" of a path isn't always where you think it is (especially of the path is "closed"). Futhermore Gimp doesn't care much about the order of the strokes (or even their direction)."I upgraded to the .12 version of Gimp and it seems to be working okay so far? It must have been a bug?" Nevermind. It happened again. This is so frustrating!
If have a set of pythonGimp scripts that could help diagnose your problem and may be even fix it:
Check path-dump (run with gimp-console on windows), delete-stroke and reverse-strokes:
Docs here: http://gimp-path-tools.sourceforge.net/ in particular the "Tools" and "FAQ" sections
Downloads here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/gimp-path-tools/files/scripts/
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