White Flash

Chris Carroll-Davis chris at carroll-davis.co.uk
Thu Mar 23 14:02:41 EST 2006


Jonathan -

Couldn't resist giving it a go... It works - perfectly!   Except...  
it's a bit slow.   :-(    Even on my G5 dual proc it takes about 2-3  
seconds.

In this case, I'll have to decide if the visual improvement is worth  
the speed penalty.  But this may well be a useful technique for  
future projects - it could "hide" a multitude of sins!

C


On 23 Mar 2006, at 18:21, Chris Carroll-Davis wrote:

> Ah!  Now Jonathan, this would definitely work!  Great lateral  
> thinking.  If I get time, I will have a go at this and let you know  
> the results.
>
> Chris
>
>> You can get even fancier, by creating a new stack whose rect is  
>> the screen
>> rect, containing an image of the screen, then change your stack  
>> underneath,
>> then delete the cover stack.
>
>
>
>
> On 23 Mar 2006, at 17:32, Jonathan Lynch wrote:
>
>> Also, what about making the stack invisible, then changing the  
>> decorations,
>> then making it visible again?
>>
>> You can get even fancier, by creating a new stack whose rect is  
>> the screen
>> rect, containing an image of the screen, then change your stack  
>> underneath,
>> then delete the cover stack.
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