scott at tactilemedia.com
Wed May 15 12:03:25 CDT 2013
As Mark S said, it would be way more efficient to use buttons than images.
Is there only one animation, or are there multiple animations? If the animations are the same, then setting the icon of the buttons to the the id of the animated GIF should keep all the animations in sync, because the buttons are all referencing the same image. 10x10 pix is pretty small and may not be that demanding.
Tactile Media, UX Design
On May 15, 2013, at 7:42 AM, Bert Shuler <bertshuler at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I have a game board that is 20x20 with 400 images, each is 10px x 10px.
> As my character, a snake, navigates through, it grows.
> So on second 1, the snake is 1 cell in length, on second 2 it is 2 cells long, etc...
> I want to use an animated gif in each cell the snake occupies to show the snake moving.
> This issue is, I need all of the gifs synchronized, otherwise it looks funky at the cell borders.
> Is LC capable of this kind of synchronization?
> Is there a better way?
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