Oh, sorry Mikolaj, I didn't do the --visualize as you asked before. I pulled down what I think is the development version but I'm getting the same version number which is different that what you have here. Here's the command I'm using to pull down the code:
hg -v clone http://enblend.hg.sourceforge.net:8000/hgroot/enblend/enblend
and the version number that comes back:
It looks like I'm not getting the development version, what's the proper command to download it?
> From: Mikolaj Leszczynski <email address hidden>
>To: <email address hidden>
>Sent: Friday, May 4, 2012 6:33 AM
>Subject: [Bug 989908] Re: black lines from graph-cut seam generator
>The latest revision should be 0c303c9ed15b, it's important - seam
>visualization output was changed between the two revisions.
>Your stitch will most probably come out wrong again, but what I want to
>see is the seam visualization output (add the --visualize option to
>enblend arguments). If you could also narrow it down to the problematic
>group of images/seams it would be perfect.
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> black lines from graph-cut seam generator
>Status in Enblend:
> Using enblend 4.1-e378b04ea3b7 I'm seeing black seam lines when the
> graph-cut seam generator is used. When I switch to use the nearest-
> feature-transform seam generator they go away. It's a large stitch
> involving 13 images. You can see the difference between the outputs
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