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"Wet Edges" option in Context Menu enables itself

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Once a brush with wet edges is selected, the option "Wet Edges" in the Context Menu will always re-check itself every time I pick a brush. I can turn it off and paint with the currently selected brush, but once I change it, the option Wet Edges turns itself back on automatically. Even if the newly selected brush doesn't have the feature Wet Edges set on in its settings.

I have looked it up and found a thread talking about this bug but it was a old (in the pre-1.7 forum) and I thought I should re-open the case since we're post-1.7.

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7 minutes ago, Chris B said:

Hi Psych,

Which thread? I have a feeling it is the one I was involved in. For me, this is such a grey area and I'm not sure if it's a bug/by design or an oversight.

Hello Chris B,

yes, you were involved:

I also found this thread:

I highly doubt this is by design. And if it is, it's a bad design choice.

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10 minutes ago, Chris B said:

Ah thanks. I've just checked and the bug report has been closed as by design but I've bumped it with your post anyway. 

Thank you. I don't understand though, if I want the effect, I'd just leave the option checked, if I don't want it and uncheck it should stay unchecked. It's common sense...

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