first of all: well done! The new release ist greate (even though i also liked the 2.2 - and still also use this version).
I have started a drawing in the stable release (2.2). Afterwards i changed it with the new release (first 3.0 rc3 - then 3.0 rc4, when i noticed the problem).
I cannot tell when it really started - but now the colors of all layers, which used to be black, are set to "custom" and appear to be something between brown and red. If i change the colors again to "black", then everything is ok. I save the file and when i open it again, the color settings are "custom" again...
I don't know how the attach a file... but i can send it via email, if you want.
P.S.: operating System: Windows XP
hboie wrote:Hi clive!
Thank you very much for your fast answer.
If I start a new file in 3 rc4, save it and load it again everything is fine.
I tried something more:
1) if is load the corrupted file with "custom" color, switch all layer colors to "black" and use "save as" (Format "R2010 dxf") into a new file, then it also works fine. If i open this new file again the layer colors are black.
2) if i load the corrupted file with "custom" color and just "save as" with a new filename and open this new file again - the layer colors are still "custom". If I change them now, save it and open it again, it works.
I think it seems to be a very rare case, so I'm not sure if it's worth bothering - nevertheless if you have a big drawing and have to change all colors, it might be anoying. I think i remember a similar behaviour when we changed from older Scribus version to a newer one - which is also based on Qt - perhaps it has something to do with the color handling in Qt?
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