|author||Eric Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed Nov 20 10:41:38 2019 -0500|
|committer||Eric Williams <email@example.com>||Tue Nov 26 11:40:12 2019 -0500|
Bug 553240: ImageLoader save() creates striped images on Linux A previous patch hardcoded all saved images to 32bit, meaning 4 bytes per pixel. However there was some leftover logic where a 24 bit image without an alpha channel could be loaded and saved with 3 bytes per pixel. This caused weirdness as the data saving algorithm was expecting 4 bytes per pixel and therefore some pixels were not saved correctly. Tested on Fedora 31, GTK3.24 with the snippet attached, as well as previous ImageLoader snippets and a child Eclipse. No AllNonBrowser JUnit tests fails. Change-Id: I5c7184a2158f07879bd651cca81d8167c36f3d76 Signed-off-by: Eric Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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