Custom Brush Corruption Bug (?) #1004

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KasumiArai opened this Issue Mar 7, 2016 · 2 comments

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  1. Create a 50% dither pattern in 2x2 pixels
  2. Select those 2x2 pixels with the marquee tool
  3. Create a new brush using the 2x2 dither pattern.
  4. Press X (swap foreground and ground color) twice.

You are now painting with a solid color block. It stays this way even if you reselect the brush, or reload the program after saving it.

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You can also corrupt it by making both foreground and background color the same, seen above.

Aseprite 1.1.4-beta1 on Windows Vista 32 Bit

dacap added the bug label Mar 23, 2016

dacap added this to the v1.2 milestone Mar 23, 2016

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dacap commented Mar 23, 2016

This is a known issue. When you click a color in the colorbar, the brush itself is modified, so if you select the same color, the brush is "destroyed" (because both colors were replaced with the same one).

A solution would be to keep the original brush and colors are replaced from there.

dacap added the dithering label Mar 23, 2016

@dacap dacap modified the milestone: v1.1, v1.2 Apr 28, 2016

dacap self-assigned this Apr 28, 2016

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dacap commented Apr 28, 2016

Fixed, this will be available on v1.1.5

dacap closed this in 3a1b918 Apr 28, 2016

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