[JIRA] Updated: (VWR-16195) Non-Trans Texture Eyedropper Duplication

Synaptiq Constantine (JIRA) no-reply at lindenlab.cascadeo.com
Tue Nov 24 09:27:01 PST 2009


     [ http://jira.secondlife.com/browse/VWR-16195?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:all-tabpanel ]

Synaptiq Constantine updated VWR-16195:
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    Description: 
Upon using the eyedropper tool to duplicate a Non-trans texture from another object, the texture ends up duplicating many multiple times (though the end total number of copies/duplicates seems random) into the objects inventory.

Steps to reproduce the issue;
1) Get a no-trans texture from someone and an object with the texture on it.
2) Create a new object (or any object seems to work).
3) Choose the object and go to the texture tab, open the texture window and use the eyedropper tool on the other object to copy the no-trans texture.
4) Check your objects inventory, you should see many copied duplicates of the texture.

Was tested with other variants of permissions on textures, but only seems to occur with textures that are non-trans, given by another user, after that point whatever object you sample with the eyedropper whether owned by you or another causes the duplication in the objects inventory.

Edit: I'd be willing to imagine this issue is effecting quite a few versions back, seems like a random one, and I only really noticed it out of sheer chance at that.  I only tested it on the above listed RC version however and a 3rd party viewer, both of which encountered the bug.

  was:
Upon using the eyedropper tool to duplicate a Non-trans texture from another object, the texture ends up duplicating many multiple times (though the end total number of copies/duplicates seems random) into the objects inventory.

Steps to reproduce the issue;
1) Get a no-trans texture from someone and an object with the texture on it.
2) Create a new object (or any object seems to work).
3) Choose the object and go to the texture tab, open the texture window and use the eyedropper tool on the other object to copy the no-trans texture.
4) Check your objects inventory, you should see many copied duplicates of the texture.

Was tested with other variants of permissions on textures, but only seems to occur with textures that are non-trans, given by another user, after that point whatever object you sample with the eyedropper whether owned by you or another causes the duplication in the objects inventory.


> Non-Trans Texture Eyedropper Duplication
> ----------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: VWR-16195
>                 URL: http://jira.secondlife.com/browse/VWR-16195
>             Project: 1. Second Life Viewer - VWR
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Building (in-world), Inventory
>    Affects Versions: 1.23 Release Candidate
>         Environment: Release Candidate 1.23.5 (136274)
>            Reporter: Synaptiq Constantine
>
> Upon using the eyedropper tool to duplicate a Non-trans texture from another object, the texture ends up duplicating many multiple times (though the end total number of copies/duplicates seems random) into the objects inventory.
> Steps to reproduce the issue;
> 1) Get a no-trans texture from someone and an object with the texture on it.
> 2) Create a new object (or any object seems to work).
> 3) Choose the object and go to the texture tab, open the texture window and use the eyedropper tool on the other object to copy the no-trans texture.
> 4) Check your objects inventory, you should see many copied duplicates of the texture.
> Was tested with other variants of permissions on textures, but only seems to occur with textures that are non-trans, given by another user, after that point whatever object you sample with the eyedropper whether owned by you or another causes the duplication in the objects inventory.
> Edit: I'd be willing to imagine this issue is effecting quite a few versions back, seems like a random one, and I only really noticed it out of sheer chance at that.  I only tested it on the above listed RC version however and a 3rd party viewer, both of which encountered the bug.

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