George Williams pisze:
>> Ah, so you meant it? OK, then if Alexey, me and others see lines
>> not-aligned, it means something is missing.
> I don't think so. I think it's doing the right thing for the data.
Then I misunderstood you.
> FontForge is showing you your design as it looks. It no longer rounds
> things to integers, but does sub-pixel positioning.
> Why is that wrong?
It was me who was wrong: I thought you planned to rint(thing)+.5
(_not_ implying this _should_ be done). That 0.5 shift was misleading
me too, until I realized it does nothing to contour's shape, but
improves visual markers (like points) drastically.
Ugh, I see you finally rounded these stuff :(
This reminds me situation when M$ introduced WPF: users were arguing
against blurry rendering. Even though M$ actually provided an option
to control this: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa970908.aspx
I guess something alike has to be done (and placed high in FAQ)
unless we want a deluge of complaints after release. Not because
that's right (it's not), but because users are conservative :/
I attached a (better than before) patch that adds such option.
I'm just not sure of two things: whether I picked up a good MID
and whether I should call SavePrefs(). I placed this in char view
-> view -> display. This enables everyone interested to easily,
Sadly, this was written for previous version of file, so
that it's not automatically applicable. I'm actually somewhat
confused now what where to code :/