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[D2D][Fixed] Gradient Fill is Upside Down :-D

Backwards compatibility issues related to the conversion of Rainmeter to D2D.
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SilverAzide
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[D2D][Fixed] Gradient Fill is Upside Down :-D

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This one is a little funny... Gradient fills are upside down. 4.2 is on the left, 4.3 is on the right.

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Meter=Image
GradientAngle=90
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Re: Gradient Fill is Upside Down :-D

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They are not upside down, they are backwards and upside down. Or maybe they are inside out?

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Re: Gradient Fill is Upside Down :-D

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jsmorley wrote:They are not upside down, they are backwards and upside down. Or maybe they are inside out?

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Inside out... that's a scary thought. I shudder to think what would have happened if I'd have used a radial gradient fill.
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Re: Gradient Fill is Upside Down :-D

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SilverAzide wrote:Inside out... that's a scary thought. I shudder to think what would have happened if I'd have used a radial gradient fill.
Just have to be careful not to accidentally kill your own grandfather when you go back into the past.
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Re: Gradient Fill is Upside Down :-D

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This has been fixed. Thanks for reporting.

-Brian