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Issue 925: Black/white screen for clipping
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Status:  Fixed
Closed:  Jan 2013

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Reported by, Aug 17, 2011
When highlight/shadows clipping is enabled, using the neutral profile as default, the screen turns complete black or white when no slider in the exposure box is moved.

What steps will reproduce the problem?
1. Make neutral profile as default in preferences
2. Load a new image (one without pp3)
3. Click on the highlight or shadow clipping icon
4. The image turns completely black (for highlights) or white (for shadows)
5. Move one of the sliders in the exposure box, and one gets the image and clipping indicators

Branch: default
Changeset: 1e4b4f1bae30
Compiler: GCC 4.5.2
Processor: generic x86
System: Windows
Bit depth: 64 bits
Gtkmm: V2.22.0
Build type: RELEASE
Build flags:  -mtune=generic -O3 -DNDEBUG
Link flags:  -mtune=generic -mwindows
OpenMP support: ON
MMAP support: ON

Operating system and architecture: Win7 64, ASUS K72Jr laptop (4GB RAM) with ATI Mobility Radeon 5470 graphics card ( with 1GB RAM), using the latest drivers.

Reginald Ricquier
Aug 17, 2011
One thing I forgot: the Info in the Editor Window is also a black square without information. Toggling this button doesn't help. So I have to go to the Exif tab to see what ISO, .. the image has.
Aug 17, 2011
Project Member #2
Can repro, thanks for reporting.
Status: Accepted
Aug 17, 2011
Project Member #3
Found it, so I'll take it. Need to go work though, so commit late.
Status: Started
Aug 18, 2011
Project Member #4
Committed to DEFAULT, will be part of the next build (just so profiles, so directly).
Status: Fixed
Aug 26, 2011
Project Member #5 entertheyoni
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Status: Verified
Jan 28, 2013
Project Member #6
(No comment was entered for this change.)
Status: Fixed
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