[Etoys-notify] [JIRA] Updated: (SQ-232) Simple test project demonstates problem with objects embedded into rendered morphs

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Thu May 7 19:32:31 EDT 2009

     [ http://tracker.immuexa.com/browse/SQ-232?page=all ]

Jerome Peace updated SQ-232:

    Attachment: dizzy.pr

Hi Scott,

Thanks for your curiosity.

Hmm. Jira apparently works different than mantis in ways I did not expect.
I have uploaded again. 
Both files are the same internally.
I found when downloading the first file that the filename was truncated at the first space.

I have also tried dizzy.pr by dropping it on my etoys image.
It both loads and exibits the behavior in question.

Cheers --Jer

> Simple test project demonstates problem with objects embedded into rendered morphs
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>          Key: SQ-232
>          URL: http://tracker.immuexa.com/browse/SQ-232
>      Project: squeakland
>         Type: Bug
>   Components: etoys
>     Reporter: Jerome Peace
>     Priority: Ongoing
>      Fix For: review
>  Attachments: dizzy and confused.003.pr, dizzy.pr
> The transformation morph used for rendering fights the basic concept of morphs being built up by agglomerating other morphs.
> In particular when you embed a morph then tilt its owner. The direction of the embedded morph gets a little confused as does its idea of where the boundaries of its owner lie.
> I don't have a good solution for this bug. A while back I did come up with a very simple illustration of it which I put in project form.
> This bug report is an excuse to upload the project.
> It helps document the current state of a rather intractable problem.
> What should happen is the moving pieces should continue their journey's w/o bouncing til at real edge of their tilted container.
> Their is no estimate of the time. Trying the test is very simple. 5m
> Fixing things so the tests work right. Is indefinite at this point.

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