Problem description: The problem is found when i tried to convert a trimed bitmap object to a curve. i wanted to make an object reflection, so i copied the bitmap object, inverted it vertically, and trimmed the lower part of it since i dont what the entired object to be the reflection. i then converted it to a curve because i should be transparent. but when convertion completed, it turned into sth. like the upper part was trimmed. it is not right since i just trimmed the lower part.
Steps to reproduce:
1. invert a bitmap object vertically;
2. trim the lower part of it by using picture tool - trim;
3. convert it into curve. then it doesnt seem what it should be like.
Current behavior: curve object converted from the trimed bitmap does not look like the trimed bitmap. it kind of moved up.
Expected behavior: curve object converted from trimed bitmap should look exactly identical with the trimed bitmap.
Operating System: All
Version: 126.96.36.199 release
Could you please provide more information about single different steps to reproduce it.
Especially what do you mean with trim? Do you mean the function CROP (right mouse click on the picture -> select PICTURE -> go to tab CROP -> in the section CROP crop this picture from any side)?
Furthermore, what do you mean with "Convert it into Curve"? Which function do you mean, where can I find it, what do I have to do in detail to reproduce this bug?
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