Quoting Kevin Cozens <ke...@ve3syb.ca>:
> > Your code has "(if (= inSmooth TRUE) 1 0)"
> where in Smooth is a boolean value
> > provided by the SF-TOGGLE. The "=" operator
> is for use when   
> > comparing numbers,
> > not booleans. Since inSmooth is a boolean, change your
> if statement to read
> >     (if inSmooth 1 0)
> saulgoode wrote:

I am using version 2.6.4 on Linux and my experience is that
> the  
> original script functions just fine for both TRUE and FALSE
> values of  
> 'inSmooth'; however, if I modify the script per
> your instructions then  
> the smoothing occurs even for FALSE values of inSmooth.
> This is as I  
> would expect because SF-TOGGLEs are marshalled as integer
> constants in  
> the PDB interface, not booleans (correct me if I am
> mistaken).
> I would ask Capnhud to verify whether the modified script
> produces the  
> correct result after removing the '=' comparison
> (not just that no  
> errors are generated). This can be done by running the
> script on an  
> image consisting of only two colors, setting the number of
> segments to  
> "2", and disabling smoothing. The resulting
> gradient should be a  
> hard-edged transition between the two colors (as shown in
> this image:  
> http://www.flashingtwelve.brickfilms.com/Temp/anomaly.png
> ).
> When used, SF-TOGGLEs are invariably initialized to the
> integer  
> constants TRUE and FALSE in existing scripts. If there has
> been a  
> change whereby SF-TOGGLE are now booleans then this would
> seem very  
> problematic.
If I leave the script it original form I get the error that has been mentioned. 
 However as saulgoode has pointed out the script may not return an error per 
se, but no matter what it does not produce the intended result if smoothing is 
disabled.  The resulting gradient will be smooth if only 2 segments are chosen 
and smoothing is disabled.   So the question becomes what is making the script 
not produce the correct result? 

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