Chrome Problem with AdjustHSL

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    Link to .capx file (required!): (I promise you won't have to wait or anything)<img src="smileys/smiley1.gif" border="0" align="middle" />

    Steps to reproduce:

    1. Create/Import any graphic with various transparent values.

    2. Put it on a layer with the transparent setting set to yes.

    3. Add the AdjustHSL webGL effect (either to the graphic, the layer, or the Layout)

    Observed result:

    Chrome renders some reddish values on the transparent pixels.

    Expected result:

    Chrome should respect the original color regardless of the transparency value of the pixels.

    Browsers affected:

    Chrome: yes

    Firefox: no

    Internet Explorer: no

    Operating system & service pack:

    Win7 ultimate 64 bit, service pack 1

    Construct 2 version:

    Both 126 and 132 stable releases. The capx I am sending you has being saved with the 126 release.

    System specs: Nvidia GTX 660 Ti driver version 320.18, Intel Core2 Quad Q9559, 16 GB RAM, Asus P5Q3 Deluxe motherboard.

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  • Can't reproduce in Firefox Nightly; it looks the same as Chrome (with a red border). Looks like Chrome has the right behavior and Firefox is broken, but they've already fixed it since Nightly works.

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  • Hello Ashley,

    I think that I misinterpret something, I am sorry if you already answered in your post, but since my English are mediocre at best, I want to make sure that I am reporting the bug correctly.

    The problem I am experiencing can be reproduced only with Chrome and it is this red border that you mention. There shouldn't be any red colors in my example, or with any project that has the AdjustHSL effect on a layer that has its transparent setting set to "yes".

    With Firefox and IE, at least on my computer, the problem does not occur. On my original post I have two links with screenshots that are depicting the problem, one for Firefox (where everything works as it should), and one for Chrome (where the problem can be clearly seen).

    Note that the AdjustHSL effect doesn't need to have any of its parameters changed from their defaults, in order for the problem to occur. Just applying it messes things up with Chrome. Also, Chrome and Firefox are up to date, so I don't believe that I am reporting something that had being fixed overnight.

    Again, I hope I'm not overstating something, I just want to be sure that I describe the problem that I am experiencing correctly.

    Best regards,


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