I have added a
Bezier line to the outer end of a
spiral. (See comment for details.)
After that I selected both, colorized them and gave them a small amount of blur (1.5%).
The problem is, that only the
spiral gets blury, but not the
Nevertheless, if I move one
node of the
Bezier line somewhere else to the outer
path of the
spiral, select them both and apply a blur, both get blured. I moved the node with the
Edit paths by nodes tool and enabled
Enable snapping ->
Snap notes or handles ->
Snap to paths.
Next I can drag one
node of the blured Bezier line to the
cusp node of the blured spiral by hand and level the
line horizontal, by entering the same y-value for the
right node that the
left node has. Now I can select them both and can change the blur of them simulataneously. By that I can achieve the result that I could not get by the first method. (See EDIT)
I would like to know, how I can blur both objects at the same time without all the effort described above, if this is not a bug.
user@hostname:~$ apt-cache show inkscape Package: inkscape […] Architecture: amd64 Version: 0.48.3.1-1ubuntu6.1 […]
After messing arround with the problem for another while I realised, that the
blur of the line only disapears, if I level the
two nodes of the line exactly one the same
y-values with copy and paste.
In my first try I entered the
y-value of the left node of the line in the "y-value box" (at top) of the
right line-node by hand, what probably results in not exact the same numbers as copy and paste does.
In my second try to recreate the problem, I copied and pasted the
y-value from the left line-node to the right line-node and as soon as I did that the
blur of the line disapears.
I could not find any information that this behaviour is intended by the developers. Thus I guess this is a bug and I will report it to them and write about the progress in here.