Rebuild with cutpoint rebuilds wrong part (on 772 ED)

Case number:845813-995869
Topic:Game: Tools
Opened by:Susume
Status:Open
Type:Bug
Opened on:Sunday, September 1, 2013 - 16:17
Last modified:Monday, October 14, 2013 - 03:16

Shared with scientists as "772 rebuild with cut is buggy". Rebuild on segments 85-89 should only build from cut segment (85) to last unfrozen segment (89) but instead it moves everything from 1-89.

Win 7 64, latest devprev.

(Sun, 09/01/2013 - 16:17  |  5 comments)


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It is not only the rebuild. I tried to solve a cutpoint by using wiggle and even with a froozen part it moved all of the protein a mayor distance behind the frozen segment. That should not happen with a local wiggle. Same puzzle trying to solve a CIS connection by cutting just behind it.

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Thanks for the report, you two. I can confirm that we have this on our plate for investigation. Much appreciated!

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Thank you, marie...I spent about an hour looking for that when I first saw this posted. ( The new google search is awesome, but you can't sort by time or restrict by time, so I had too man results)

I'd like to point out that Timo's issue may or may not be the same, but his issue has been noted in two previous puzzles, http://fold.it/portal/node/995263 and http://fold.it/portal/node/995803 .

This should be bumped up because its re-occurring. There's something wrong with the client or your puzzle prep.

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Just wanted to let you know that we believe that we have finally tracked down this very annoying bug, and the fix should be in the next devprev update (which will be posted very soon).

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