On Fri, Mar 14, 2014, at 07:05 PM, Simon Budig wrote:
> 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.
That makes perfect sense actually. The precision problem of grabbing
nodes happened in the old tool/handles as well. If there is anything I
can do to help this along I'm happy to try.
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