iowahengst at mac.com
Wed Oct 3 11:49:48 EDT 2012
As far as I know, LC does not copy the referenced art of a skinned button when moving a button to a different stack… at least, it never has for me.
If you have the original stack still open when you paste the skinned button into a new stack, you'll still see the skinned view in that new stack. But, when you then open the new stack, by itself… you'll no longer see the art as part of the skinned button.
I'd be happy to be corrected on this, because having it happen automatically would be nice.
On Oct 3, 2012, at 10:11 AM, John Allijn wrote:
> Thanks John! I was afraid that it might be that.
> If I copy a skinned button to another stack, then I don't need to copy the images. LC appearently does that for me. Where can I find those images?
> On Oct 3, 2012, at 16:57, John Craig <john at splash21.com> wrote:
>> Hi, John. You have to resize the image object as well. Quality = 'good' or 'best' works for me - 'normal' is usually too rough.
>> On 03/10/2012 15:42, John Allijn wrote:
>>> I've created a large number of buttons designed to look good on an iPad3. I created these buttons by scripts that combining images and icon fonts and saving these as snapshots. After that my script uses these snapshots to skin buttons. So far so good.
>>> The problem that I now run into is that when I try to scale these buttons down for use on an iPhone, the images are cropped (clipped) and not resized. Is there a setting somewhere that can change this behaviour? In other words, if I select a button and drag the corner to resize it, I want the images of its skin to resize with it.
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