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Bishka

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I think I might have found a bug in the Gallery wrap Mirror.
In the file below I applied the Gallery Wrap Mirror to a simple rectangle. Notice how it repeats off the edge of the page to the left, but not the right.
Layer2 is the original rectangle. Layer3 is the Gallery Wrap Mirror result.

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kcarlino

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Hi Bishka,

I took a look at this and experimented some. This happens where there is more white space than picture data. The filter isn't intended to generate new picture data beyond fractional borders areas. It's even somewhat undefined what someone would hope the filter to create in such cases. Keeping in mind that this filter is intended for gallery wrap solutions for printing where the printed picture is placed on a frame as would be used on a painting support frame and to extend the picture so that the image wraps to the sides of the frame. 

I would like to resolve this if you are satisfied with the explanation.

Thanks,
Ken
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Bishka

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" The filter isn't intended to generate new picture data beyond fractional borders areas."

But I always misuse every filter I can at every opportunity I can, that's what makes TB so much fun [biggrin] 

Thanks for letting me know.

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The poor filters in TB. 😉

Maybe you want to use the Auto Tile filter in such cases as your sample image. 

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Bishka

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"Maybe you want to use the Auto Tile filter in such cases as your sample image."

Yeah, the auto tile works fine, that is partly why I thought it might be a bug.


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