I’m using Ubuntu 8.10 (amd64) in a recent quadcore intel machine. I have discovered a bug that I think I’m the only one I’m watching it.
To reproduce the bug you have to:
- Create a new file
- Caret Menu > Import. Select a png or jpeg image file.
- Select the Import Image Layer in the layer list and go to the parameter panel.
- Edit the gamma value and set it to be different than 1.0
4.1) (Optional) Zoom in to trigger the tiled render.
- Press the Refresh button (curved blue arrow in the bottom right part of the main window) to re- render the image in the current window.
I obtain random noises on the tiles or in the whole image every time I press the refresh button or move the time cursor:
I suspect (I hope) that it is just a problem with the combination of 64 bits + Ubuntu 8.10 and Synfigstudio. I don’t want to think that it is a memory corruption because I would have fallen into more random crashes and I don’t have any recently.
So if someone that have Ubuntu 8.10 and or a 64 bit system and or can reproduce the bug, please let me know.
I have a 32 bit machine and I cannot reproduce the bug with Ubuntu 6.10 (BTW, I’m going to update as soon as I can)
I would like to confirm this bug before send it to the tracker because I’m not sure if it is reproducible in other machines or is a problem of my machine only.
Thanks a lot.