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CLOSED  Bug report #359  -  walk example compatibility issues
Posted Mar 28, 2013 - updated Jan 05, 2019
icon_info.png This issue has been closed with status "Fixed" and resolution "RESOLVED".
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    Must fix before next release
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    icon_milestones.png 0.64.0
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Issue description
The sources are in the walk folder from the examples

At rendering level, the walk example doens't walk as expected.

The outline of each part of the body is done with a "The MIMEBLine" named layer. , but those layers seems to be not rendered at all.


Extra note : I have tried to link an Outline (also advanced) layer to the Region layer segment list , without result (work with a Polygon layer, but result is little squarii)

Version 063.05 Revision: 20130217
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Comment posted by
 Carlos López
Apr 01, 15:12
Looks like something is wrong in the development version. I've tested to open the walk example with officially released 0.63.05 version and it works as expected.
Comment posted by
 Konstantin Dmitriev
icon_reply.pngApr 01, 15:20, in reply to comment #4
Blind shot: maybe there are some renamed strings?

Comment posted by
icon_reply.pngApr 06, 03:09, in reply to comment #5
I've found the solution (and the cause to this bug) but I haven't had time to push to master yet.
Simply add this to the at the modules/mod_geometry/main.cpp file:


+LAYER_ALIAS(Outline, "BLine")

work for me.
Comment posted by
 Carlos López
Apr 07, 16:20
Fixed in master branch

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