Well, this would be a result of the fact that the 3D Quad Distort divides the image into 40 smaller rectangles (horiz. and vert.) and then renders them. I never noticed this before, but probably it's because your image is a "worst case scenario." The only workaround I can offer at this point is to use the 3D Projector and to rotate the image (x/y/z) until you get what you want. That way you will not encounter this problem. I'll investigate a fix for this in the meantime.
If I have two or more CI movie players and change the stage number there is no change happening, only if I hit cmd+shift+F it gets updated. The normal movie player with projector and the CI Picture Player work fine and change stages instantly. I don't see this bug in Isadora 1.3f24, everything works fine there.
My friend Stefan Smulovitz has helped me figured out what the problem was. it's actually quite simple, just a permission issue. So instead of trying to save the script directly into the library folder, save it onto desktop or somewhere else that doesn't implicate any permission issue, then drag the saved script into the right folder inside library and it worked fine. Just want to share with everyone in case anyone encounter similar problems in the future.
Simple, but I use a dark colored box behind all my controls in the control panel... doesn't help with programming window, but for shows and installations, the dark box really cuts down on the computer's light.
You don't have to uninstall, just install version 1.3f24 again. As long as you did not rename the Isadora folder the old or in this case the newer version will get over writte. If you rename the Isadora folder the Izzy installation will create a new folder called Isadora. That way you can have multiple Izzy versions. But you have to be aware what version opens if you click and existing patch.
I don't experience this either.
But for a workaround you can make your settings and then take a snapshot (the camera symbol on the left top) and with the "recall snapshot" actor and the "enter scene trigger" you can automate recalling the snapshot when entering the scene.