Bug ID: 419240
Summary: [selection] Ant-marching decoration on inverted
selection has many artifacts
Target Milestone: ---
Created attachment 127011
^ gif-animation of the bug, inverting selection on the silhouettes of
I'm not sure if this one is a regression or have been around all this time; I
remember seeing tiny glitch (eg. a single horyzontal line) but it looks like
this is another level now. The marching-ants decoration on inverted selection
has many articfacts: clusters of black&white noises; many horyzontal lines
crossing the canvas, etc... (gif in attachement)
1. Open a new canvas on Krita, create an empty transparent layer.
2. Take a brush with a texture, paint a shape and fill it manually.
3. Over the layer stack docker, right click on the layer with the painted shape
and select "Select Opaque (Replace)" feature.
4. Go to the top menu; Select > Invert Selection
5. If no effect happens, switch between discrete zoom (33%,50%,67%,25%, back
and forth) with mouse wheel until glitch appears.
While the original selection of the shape with ant-marching decoration was
comfortable to work with; the inverted representation makes it difficult:
clusters of black&white noises; many horyzontal lines crossing the canvas,
etc... (gif in attachement)
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