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    Enlarging/reducing the view in navigator (ex. Safari)


    Hi everyone. I'm discovering Sencha Animator (demo).
    I made a basic animation (some small images moving on a bigger image as a background) very easily and it looks fine in Safari.
    But if I enlarge or reduce the view (command-+ or command--) the background image gets bigger/smaller in a different way than the small images, which modify their relative positions compared to the background.
    I did not find any way to avoid it.

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    Hi moet, and welcome to Animator forums,

    This probably has to do with browsers not adjusting all sizes of page elements correctly after zoom while animation is running. Have you tried refreshing the page after you zoomed in? After refreshing, the browser should render all the elements zoomed in, with correct distances / proportions.

    If the animation still appears incorrect after you refresh the page, please let us know.

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    Yes, you are right, the proportions are good after refreshing.
    I conclude that it is better not to zoom in/out during a presentation. Someone should zoom in/out before it, or make the animations in a way that there is no need to zoom at all.
    Thanks.

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