I’m working on a thumb scroller at the moment, one effect I am trying to do is like the mac dock? or after watching a video on youtube where you can roll over an image and they scale proportionally depending on mouse distance from the object. I have this working nicely, however if theres no padding between images, which both examples have, there is either a flickering pixel gap during movement or an overlap of pixels from each image.
I don’t see how I can prevent this since theres no such thing as 1/2 a pixel If I were to use this scroller in a product on flashden, should I be concerned about this degrading the quality even though a minor thing?
If a user bought it and used no padding should I be selling the product with no padding or with a 1 pixel overlap? I imagine the overlap would be less noticable? Perhaps theres a better way to do it then I currently am.
Make a new post in the item discussion section and show us an example
I don’t quite understand you aw_shucks. It would be better if I post an example I guess like suggested. Its just a row of images that can scroll but if theres no padding between them then theres either a thin pixel gap that flickers or an overlap.
Theres already a padding/margin option This is only a problem if padding is set to 0. If I sold it as part of a product and the buyer wanted no padding I’d have to have it set to overlap or flickering pixel gap or find a solution from posting in item discussion later on.
just write a note in the documentation stating that the padding its necessary and why. You can’t put everything in your product. It has to be at complete as possible and the best quality you can do but can’t have all the universe inside. You get my point, do not lose nights on one issue. You can also update the file later, for free, if it happens that you will find a solution.