Adam D. Moss ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> Sven Neumann wrote:
> > My guess is that you used a
> >different brush when creating the stroke with gimp-2.0.
> The top two look like they were stroked with a square
> brush, which when applied to a circle is a pretty precise
> recipe for what transpired...
The top two were created using libart (i.e. postscript-like) stroking.
Since the boundary of the selection is composed of horizontal and
vertical lines, libart sees "edges" and uses the miter join style
to form the shape of the edges. The net effect is - as you saw - that it
looks a bit like stroking with a rectangular brush, but the effect stems
from a different source.
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