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Cropping and slicing a path
#11
(01-19-2021, 02:08 PM)Ottia Tuota Wrote: Fine, I shall look into the problem. Would you kindly post and attach the .xcf file. It would make debugging easier.

Just a 300 radius circle where I applied the plug-in. Attached is the xcf.
.xcf   CropByPath03.xcf (Size: 243.64 KB / Downloads: 14)
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#12
Thanks, Krikor.

I think I got it fixed now. The new version is 0.5, in the same place as before:

http://kmarkku.arkku.net/Path_crop_files...aster.html

Please report if any more errors occur. In the previous version I had overlooked the possibility that a splitting point may fall on an anchor of the path. I hope I got it now right, but it is rather complicated and I may still have missed something.

I know one more a little disturbing behaviour. A stroke, if it meets the cropping circle, is divided into two strokes even when that would not be necessary. I may do something about that in the future, or then I may not...
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#13
Works fine for me, ball of yarn :

.xcf   sjettebol.xcf (Size: 66.03 KB / Downloads: 15)
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#14
(01-21-2021, 12:30 PM)Ottia Tuota Wrote: Thanks, Krikor.

I think I got it fixed now. The new version is 0.5, in the same place as before:

http://kmarkku.arkku.net/Path_crop_files...aster.html

Please report if any more errors occur. In the previous version I had overlooked the possibility that a splitting point may fall on an anchor of the path. I hope I got it now right, but it is rather complicated and I may still have missed something.

I know one more a little disturbing behaviour. A stroke, if it meets the cropping circle, is divided into two strokes even when that would not be necessary. I may do something about that in the future, or then I may not...

With version 0.5 and using the same .xcf as before, the results were as expected.

Thanks for the correction and update of this plugin.
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