Dramatic slowdown while resizing images by script
Kay C Lan
lan.kc.macmail at gmail.com
Wed Apr 9 02:53:35 CEST 2014
Is this in relation to a Mac with Retina display.
If so see the List post "LiveCode 6.6 very slow on Retina MacBookPro"
The Rev blog entry:
and Neil Roger's workaround to use QuickRes to manually set your screen
Works like a charm.
On Wed, Apr 9, 2014 at 7:50 AM, Alejandro Tejada <capellan2000 at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi All,
> Please, review this new bug report:
> Add your comments and demonstration stacks to
> this report.
> Created attachment 4113 [details]
> Infinite Zoom 2014.livecode
> (Stack with images that zoom in or zoom out on mousedown)
> 1. Download the zipped sample stack
> 2. Open the stack in LiveCode 6.6
> 3. The stack opens in full screen. Using the keys alt-tab bring to front
> LiveCode menu
> 4. Check the card script, before running.
> 5. To run the infinite zoom effect, click and hold down the mouse pointer
> near the left side of the card (zoom in) or
> near the right side of the card (zoom out)
> 6. Notice how the effect of resizing the images is slow and moves
> step by step.
> 7. Notice the faint line in the border of every image, barely visible.
> This border effectively breaks the illusion of a single continuous
> and infinite image.
> 8. Follow the previous steps using LiveCode 6.5.2
> The stack runs perfectly. There is no trace of these
> faint lines in image borders.
> 9. These marked differences in image processing speed was noticed
> by Kenji Kojima in this message:
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