Pinch and Rotate
Thomas McGrath III
mcgrath3 at mac.com
Wed Jan 25 09:54:34 CST 2012
These are exactly the kinds of things I ran into as well. One thing that happens is that when rotating an image the image gets distorted and so we need the resizeQuality set to "good" or "best" but then it really slows down even further.
-- Tom McGrath III
3mcgrath at comcast.net
On Jan 24, 2012, at 2:35 AM, Ken Corey wrote:
> I hadn't tried that before. I tried it just now, and if anything it made the behaviour worse. This were even more jittery than before. By "jittery" I mean the items flash back and forth 10-20 pixels. If you move your fingers quickly, it's easy to get the image drawing in a wildly incorrect place, only settling down once the fingers move more slowly.
> I feel script-based multi-touch is a bit of a damp squib. The performance isn't that great, and without items (images or graphics) being able to rotate and scale, there's little reason to do it all at once.
> On 23/01/2012 23:19, Chris Sheffield wrote:
>> Did you try setting acceleratedRendering to true and then setting the layerMode property of the image to "dynamic"? Might make a difference. Kind of guessing, though.
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