I have a question about the jit.bfg origin message. When for example using the distance.euclidean basis and outputting a normalized matrix of 256x256 like in the helpfile, I would expect to see black at the point of origin, and white at the farthest point. With an origin of 0 0 this looks correct (black at upper left corner).
When setting origin 128 128 or autocenter 1 I would expect a black hole in the center of the matrix, similar to the illustration on page 473 in the jitter tutorial. However this doesn't happen, origin 128 128 produces the same result as origin 0 0.
Evidently there is something I have overlooked, could someone please clarify how jit.bfg thinks?