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Greenatic
Scratcher
100+ posts

Problem in Paint Editor

1) Begin drawing a new costume.
2) Draw a black line (preferably with some curves/loops in it)
3) Click out of it.
4) Select it with the mouse tool.
5) Adjust its thickness with the slider.

EDIT: The glitch itself is really hard to explain. The thickness of the line does change, but a weird blue effect happens in the areas surrounding it.

EDIT: I figured it out–it's filling in the line with the paint bucket whenever you adjust the line's length.

Last edited by Greenatic (Feb. 3, 2013 19:29:31)


Windows 7 x64, Internet Explorer x64 and x32. Chrome.
Lightnin
Scratcher
1000+ posts

Problem in Paint Editor

Greenatic wrote:

1) Begin drawing a new costume.
2) Draw a black line (preferably with some curves/loops in it)
3) Click out of it.
4) Select it with the mouse tool.
5) Adjust its thickness with the slider.

It's great you lay things out step by step! Can you also say what you expect to have happen, and what actually happens? (So we have a sense of what you feel the glitch is?) Thanks!
Greenatic
Scratcher
100+ posts

Problem in Paint Editor

Lightnin wrote:

Greenatic wrote:

1) Begin drawing a new costume.
2) Draw a black line (preferably with some curves/loops in it)
3) Click out of it.
4) Select it with the mouse tool.
5) Adjust its thickness with the slider.

It's great you lay things out step by step! Can you also say what you expect to have happen, and what actually happens? (So we have a sense of what you feel the glitch is?) Thanks!

Updated.

Windows 7 x64, Internet Explorer x64 and x32. Chrome.
letmethink
Scratcher
100+ posts

Problem in Paint Editor

Greenatic wrote:

Lightnin wrote:

Greenatic wrote:

1) Begin drawing a new costume.
2) Draw a black line (preferably with some curves/loops in it)
3) Click out of it.
4) Select it with the mouse tool.
5) Adjust its thickness with the slider.

It's great you lay things out step by step! Can you also say what you expect to have happen, and what actually happens? (So we have a sense of what you feel the glitch is?) Thanks!

Updated.
Yeah, it fills it in blue for some reason

I can't be bothered to make a signature. Seriously, who has time to write these things? I have stuff to do, games to make, and you expect me to write a big, long signature? I'm not your slave. You can't tell me what to do, so no, I WON'T write a signature.

Oh, wait…
Greenatic
Scratcher
100+ posts

Problem in Paint Editor

letmethink wrote:

Greenatic wrote:

Lightnin wrote:

Greenatic wrote:

1) Begin drawing a new costume.
2) Draw a black line (preferably with some curves/loops in it)
3) Click out of it.
4) Select it with the mouse tool.
5) Adjust its thickness with the slider.

It's great you lay things out step by step! Can you also say what you expect to have happen, and what actually happens? (So we have a sense of what you feel the glitch is?) Thanks!

Updated.
Yeah, it fills it in blue for some reason

I figured it out–it's filling in the line with the paint bucket whenever you adjust the line's length.

Last edited by Greenatic (Feb. 3, 2013 19:29:44)


Windows 7 x64, Internet Explorer x64 and x32. Chrome.
axorion
Scratcher
14 posts

Problem in Paint Editor

If you only want the line then just set the fill color to transparent.
Revilo100
Scratcher
2 posts

Problem in Paint Editor

Greenatic wrote:

1) Begin drawing a new costume.
2) Draw a black line (preferably with some curves/loops in it)
3) Click out of it.
4) Select it with the mouse tool.
5) Adjust its thickness with the slider.

EDIT: The glitch itself is really hard to explain. The thickness of the line does change, but a weird blue effect happens in the areas surrounding it.

EDIT: I figured it out–it's filling in the line with the paint bucket whenever you adjust the line's length.
ya
Revilo100
Scratcher
2 posts

Problem in Paint Editor

fill won't work (bucket)

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