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4.3 Final Release - r3298 graphical anomaly

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Mor3bane
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4.3 Final Release - r3298 graphical anomaly

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Re: 4.3 Final Release - r3298 graphical anomaly

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I think you need to add TransformStroke=Fixed to the Line meter when using TransformationMatrix in the code.
See: https://forum.rainmeter.net/viewtopic.php?f=123&t=29055
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Re: 4.3 Final Release - r3298 graphical anomaly

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eclectic-tech wrote:
August 18th, 2019, 3:53 pm
I think you need to add TransformStroke=Fixed to the Line meter when using TransformationMatrix in the code.
See: https://forum.rainmeter.net/viewtopic.php?f=123&t=29055
Thanks, haven't been keeping up with the revision notes... :oops:
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The law of averages says what it means; even if you get everything right, you will get something wrong. Therefore; self managing error trapping initiates another set of averages - amongst the errors, some of them will not be errors, instead those instances will appear to be "luck". One cannot complain of the 'appearance' of 'infinite regress of causation', even if it does not have a predictable pattern, only that is requires luck to achieve.