13 of 17 Wallpaper groups at symmetry tab of clones behaves erratically
13 of 17 Wallpaper groups at symmetry tab of clones behave erratically.
I attached 17 clones of a basic shape. 13 of 17 symmetries are not the way they expected to be.
P1, CM, PG, PM behave normally.
Others are broken.
What is expected from symmetries?
A wallpaper group (or plane symmetry group or plane crystallographic group) is a mathematical classification of a two-dimensional repetitive pattern, based on the symmetries in the pattern. The pattern produced should have equal distance between tiling blocks. Some symmetries are hexagonal and I am not sure how parameters in other tabs apply to a hexagonal symmetry.
I attached tiles produced by Inkscape clone tool. Please compare them to tiles in reference sites.
|~suv (suv-lp) wrote : Re: [Bug 579617] Re: 13 of 17 Wallpaper groups at symmetry tab of clones behaves erratically||#7|