Are you using OpenCL? I can confirm that it's no longer working if
OpenCL is running. I could bisect the problem:
45326d7725c67505f6500815a87d56650ea7af65 is the first bad commit
Author: Roman Lebedev <lebedev...@gmail.com>
Date: Sun Oct 9 15:45:11 2016 +0300
Rawoverexposed iop: process_common_setup() properly compute thresholds.
Practically, only matters if min(wbcoeffs) != 1.0
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b16d2611b098c62bae3dff528b262364649e7bb2 M src
Am 12.10.2016 um 20:30 schrieb Tim Rolph:
Hi Roman, with raw overexposure indicator enabled usually I get a small
percentage of the image indicated if its over exposed (with CRW images).
last night (i am checking daily) the whole image turns green when it is
enabled even though it not over exposed!
P.S it would be nice to be able to visually see an indication that there is
overexposure left in an image as sometimes its not obvious
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