Since I'm going to be home over the Christmas, and will be
computerless for a while soon after Christmas, here's this months
bug list a week or so early (something to do after the turkey if
you like) :)
Some of these were on here last month and are still open. I've
added a few new ones to spice things up. But that doesn't mean
the old ones are closed. The bug list I'm using to generate these
Which is a bit long, but hopefully will appear as justr a link
for all you HTML mail client users out there, and won't annoy the
rest of ye too much.
And now for the bugs...
A couple of unconfirmed new ones first...
67005 UNCO saved previews have BAD rights
Kind of an RFC - previews and thumbnails of images are saved
with permissions of the umask, when the image itself is more
restrictive. The submitter believes that the permissions
should be as restrictive as the original image.
63402 UNCO erronous BMP format, when save
BMP metadata doesn't get saved properly under some
circumstances. The submitter believes that the size might be
getting rounded up to the nearest multiple of 8.
62313 NEW zooming fails on super-wide images
An interesting one - if an image is opened to a state where
the zoom is at 0%, then zooming in/out doesn't work. It works
partially under some circumstances. Cool bug.
35489 NEW crop tool doesn't always change canvas size -
problems with undo and Ctrl
This bug is still open from last month. I haven't had a look
myself (I probably should put my money where my mouth is), but
it looks like it would be fairly accessible.
34849 NEW initial_sub_region:: error :: src->w *
(src->bytes + 1) > 512
This is a pretty old bug, and one of a pair of duplicates in
the list. It'd be pretty cool if someone could close this by
verifying that it's gone away, or by pointing bex in the
direction of a less dramatic error message if it's not
22567 NEW window size confused after un-doing resize
(attempt to allocate height 65097)
Another one that got reported last month. Still not sure how
this *should* be fixed, but it should.
10368 NEW gap_problem
When an image is split into frames, with large images & large
numbers of frames, gimp crashes. Looks like a straight memory
Have a good Christmas all, happy bugfixing :)
David Neary, E-Mail [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Palamon Technologies Ltd. Phone +353-1-634-5059
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