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CLOSED  Bug report #571  -  Width points for regualr outlines don't reflect their current width
Posted Jan 31, 2014 - updated Jan 05, 2019
icon_info.png This issue has been closed with status "Fixed" and resolution "RESOLVED".
Issue details
  • Type of issue
    Bug report
  • Status
  • Assigned to
  • Progress
  • Type of bug
    Not triaged
  • Likelihood
    Not triaged
  • Effect
    Not triaged
  • Posted by
     Konstantin Dmitriev
  • Owned by
    Not owned by anyone
  • Time spent
    1 hour
  • Category
    Artwork construction
  • Resolution
  • Priority
    Must fix before next release
  • Targetted for
    icon_milestones.png 1.0
  • Tags
    icon_customdatatype.png Not determined
  • Difficulty
    icon_customdatatype.png Not determined
Issue description
For some reason width points in regular outline are not behave as they should anymore. The radius of the widthpoint should reflect the width of current vertex, but in current development version it is fixed.
Steps to reproduce this issue
  1. Create regular outline
  2. Hit Alt+5 to enable visibility for width points (purple handles)
  3. Try to drag any purple handle

Result: width changes, but purple handle snaps back into old place.

Expected result: purple handle should correspond to the width at current point.

Comment posted by
Feb 07, 10:07
Comment posted by
Oct 05, 17:53
A point is the visual element that all other visual elements are based on. It's a space singularity or, in geometric terms, the area where two coordinates intersect. An artist creates a figure-ground relationship when they mark a basic point on a surface (also known as the ground). That is, they distinguish the work's surface from anything added to it. Our eyes distinguish between the two, and the order in which they are presented has a significant impact on how we perceive a final composition. The point can be used to construct forms on its own. Pointillism, for example, is a late-nineteenth-century painting style popularized by the French artist Georges Seurat. Play this Pokemon UNITE on your pc.