Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #10270, comment 4


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03/02/19 19:54:51 (2 years ago)
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DanielSWolf

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  • Ticket #10270, comment 4

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    1 I took a screen recording to illustrate the problem, attached above as `sea.gif`.
     1I took a screen recording to illustrate the problem:
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    3 I also tracked the ocean's vertical motion and attached the resulting graph as `sea-tracking.png`. In this image, it's easy to see that the motion should consist of various sine waves blending into each other. However, close to the end, a segment of the sine wave seems to be offset in time, causing a backwards jerk at the beginning, then a forward jump.
     3[[Image(https://bugs.scummvm.org/raw-attachment/ticket/10270/sea.gif)]]
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    5 Also, at the extreme positions, the sea tends to jump back and forth between two positions. I added `sea-tracking-closeup.png` to illustrate.
     5I also tracked the ocean's vertical motion. Here is the resulting graph:
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     7[[Image(https://bugs.scummvm.org/raw-attachment/ticket/10270/sea-tracking.png)]]
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     9In this image, it's easy to see that the motion should consist of various sine waves blending into each other. However, at the far right of the graph, a segment of the sine wave seems to be offset in time, causing a backwards jerk at the beginning, then a forward jump.
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     11Also, at the extreme positions, the sea tends to jump back and forth between two positions. See this closeup:
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     13[[Image(https://bugs.scummvm.org/raw-attachment/ticket/10270/sea-tracking-closeup.png)]]
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    715Unfortunately, I don't know how to debug SCI scripts, and I couldn't find a tutorial. Maybe someone with more SCI knowledge can help?