akovia (akov...@eml.cc) wrote:
> > I don't understand what you mean by "gap"? Are you saying that having a
> > corner at a node makes edit->stroke path leave gaps? Can you create a
> > screenshot?
> > 
> https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/93550827/temp/path-nodes.jpg

Wow. I don't know what happens there. Gut feeling: buggy cairo...

> > Note that if you drag the path closely to one node, the handle on the
> > opposite node will not be moved. Only a (largeish) area in the middle
> > moves both handles simultaneously (yet still with a shifting weight
> > depending on where you drag).
> > 
> 
> Yeah, I am very aware of that. It's probably a bad habit but it always
> produced expected results with the old path tool so it's kinda ingrained
> in me now. I am always aware when I pop out the opposing handle in any
> meaningful way, but this happens at such a small scale that I never know
> it till I'm trying to stroke something.

note that "old path tool" is slightly misleading, the only thing that
has changed somewhat recently is the way the handles are drawn.

Bye,
        Simon

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              si...@budig.de              http://simon.budig.de/
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