Created attachment 64726 [details]
PDF used for screenshots
Version: 0.13.2 (using KDE 4.7.2)
When opening the attached file, it displays all right. But when reloading the document, either using the File/Reload menu item, its shortcut, or because the file changed on disk, then the lines will appear a lot thicker and more rugged. It appears as though upon reloading, every pixel that was touched during anti-aliasing was painted at full opacity, or something like that.
Reproducible: Didn't try
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open the attached document, generated by asymptote.
2. Reload the document using File/Reload
* Lines appear a lot thicker
* Pixels are either black or white, no more gray
* At 100% zoom, the inner circles appear almost as one
Image should look exactly as it looked upon initial loading of the document
My system has poppler 0.18.0 installed.
I'll be happy to try out any patch you might suggest.
Created attachment 64727 [details]
Good rendering upon application startup
That's what the document looks like the first time I load it.
Created attachment 64728 [details]
Bad rendering after reload
And that's what it looks like after I reload the document.
(In reply to comment #0)
> Reproducible: Didn't try
Got that filled out incorrectly: in fact I can reproduce this bug perfectly well.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 284464 ***