|Further update. I just discovered that all the "pastes" I have done in an attempt to figure out what is going on, have created .png image files on my desktop. This is NOT something I was attempting to do at all. How did they get there? Very weird.|
--- On Wed, 2/24/10, Elwin Estle <email@example.com> wrote:
From: Elwin Estle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wednesday, February 24, 2010, 9:38 AM
|I have this oddball behavior going on with copy/paste. I am running 0.47 on a mac with OS X Leopard.|
I have a path that I am trying to copy and do "paste in place". However, when I paste the path, what I am getting is an IMAGE, not a path, I can't edit it. It has a white background, which shouldn't be there, and it doesn't paste in place. It pastes off to the left of where it should be. I am wanting to paste it in place on a different layer, but even pasting it on the same layer creates an image, instead of a copy of the original path.
How I determined that it was an image was to go into the XML editor and watched what happened when I did the paste. Sure enough, the XML editor states that the copy is an image, not a path.
What is going on? Have I changed a setting somewhere by accident? Or is
this a bug?