[Gtkradiant] [Bug 1055] New: Surface Inspector "Fit" chooses negative value for "Horizonal Stretch"

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           Summary: Surface Inspector "Fit" chooses negative value for
                    "Horizonal Stretch"
           Product: GtkRadiant
           Version: 1.5
          Platform: PC
        OS/Version: Linux
            Status: NEW
          Severity: enhancement
          Priority: P2
         Component: editor
        AssignedTo: gtkradiant at zerowing.idsoftware.com
        ReportedBy: david_costanzo at yahoo.com

When I use the Surface Inspector's "Fit" button, it chooses a positive value for
the "Vertical Stretch", but a negative value for the "Horizontal Stretch".  This
has the effect of mirror-imaging the texture.

Using a negative value may be a feature, but I think it would be more intuitive
if fitting a texture did not inverted it.

I have reproduce this in subversion snapshot 4997.

Reproducibility: Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1) Create a brush.
   NOTE: the crush will have a default (NULL) textures, which
   is okay for the purposes of reproducing this bug.
2) Select the brush.
3) Go to "Edit -> Surface Inspector".  
   This pops up the "Surface Inspector" dialog box.
4) Click the "Fit" button on the Surface Inspector.

What Happens:
The texture is fit to the size of the brush, but the value of "Horizontal
Stretch" is negative, causing a mirror-image of the texture to be shown.  This
is most noticable in textures that have text on them.

Expected Result:
The texture is fit to the size of the brush and all of the fit values are either
zero or positive.

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