Crashes on OS X Mavericks, Xcode 5 #2

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SevenBits opened this Issue Jan 5, 2014 · 5 comments

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I downloaded the project, opened it, clicked build, and when the app opened I tried to show the About window and I got this error:

2014-01-04 20:25:40.042 ScrollingAboutWindow[5541:303] An uncaught exception was raised
2014-01-04 20:25:40.043 ScrollingAboutWindow[5541:303] CI filters are not supported by this layer tree: {CIMotionBlur {
    inputAngle = "1.570796";
    inputImage = "<null>";
    inputRadius = "0.5";
}}.

Any suggestions?

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Remove CIFilter from AboutWindowController and you should be fine.

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tomaz commented Jan 5, 2014

Remove CIFilter from AboutWindowController and you should be fine.

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Why should I have to do that? This should work on Mavericks; there's no warnings about deprecated code. What's the issue?

Why should I have to do that? This should work on Mavericks; there's no warnings about deprecated code. What's the issue?

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Filters don't result in compile time warnings as they are handled at runtime. Instead they simply crash the app. Fortunately log is very clear about it... I marked the issue as bug because it should be handled more gracefully, but until I fix it, you can delete it yourself if you need to use it.

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tomaz commented Jan 5, 2014

Filters don't result in compile time warnings as they are handled at runtime. Instead they simply crash the app. Fortunately log is very clear about it... I marked the issue as bug because it should be handled more gracefully, but until I fix it, you can delete it yourself if you need to use it.

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There you go, I removed filters altogether... While they solve visual problem, they are obviously not compatible with all hardware. Probably it would be best to keep filters and use them only if compatible, but this was quicker. Plus motion blur did make the text look bold and not very crisp.

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tomaz commented Jan 7, 2014

There you go, I removed filters altogether... While they solve visual problem, they are obviously not compatible with all hardware. Probably it would be best to keep filters and use them only if compatible, but this was quicker. Plus motion blur did make the text look bold and not very crisp.

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Great, thanks. I'll download and make sure everything works on my end as well.

Great, thanks. I'll download and make sure everything works on my end as well.

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