angle of image bug
mark at maseurope.net
Mon Jul 31 12:41:32 EDT 2006
I sent a little stack that demonstrates the problem to support
(Jacque), and I'll probably get a bug number from RunRev which I'll
post here for our voting pleasure...
On 31 Jul 2006, at 16:41, Scott Rossi wrote:
> Recently, Mark Smith wrote:
>>>> Can anyone confirm that when you set the angle of an image to any
>>>> angle other than a multiple of 90, you get a jagged black border
>>>> around it?
>>> I was too quick with my previous post. It worked fine with one
>>> picture, which is completely transparent at the borders. When
>>> loading a photo without any transparency, I saw the jagged black
>>> borders you refer to.
>> Mark, thanks for that. Good to know that the transparent edges makes
>> a difference.
> A little but not much. The alpha becomes distorted at the edges,
> and while
> you don't get the jagged black lines around the rect of the image,
> the not
> transparent edges become jagged.
> Scott Rossi
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