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jleach
post Nov 1 2012, 07:16 AM
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Hi all,
I'm working on a gif animation and have it pretty well set except for one little quirk that's driving me nuts... The attached image displays perfectly in FF and Chrome, but in IE (IE8 so far, haven't checked others), the two horizontal points as the image rotates leaves a few little black specs left over. Has anyone run into this and might have an idea how to fix it? I'm using ImageReady 7 and have been through the .psd with a fine tooth comb, have tried various optimizations, all to no avail.
Many thanks for any ideas.
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doctor9
post Nov 1 2012, 08:18 AM
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Jack,
Not sure if this is the sort of feedback you were looking for, but I'm running IE8, and I'm not seeing the problem you're describing. I've attached a screenshot of your post.
Dennis
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jleach
post Nov 1 2012, 08:33 AM
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Thanks Dennis... after reading your reply I went and checked this on a couple other computers using IE8, and the only one that seems to show that little flicker is on mine.
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Oh well...
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CyberCow
post Nov 1 2012, 07:39 PM
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Video card (card drivers) age?
Looks pretty good on my iPad using Safari or Chrome!
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CyberCow
post Nov 2 2012, 06:53 AM
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Oh! You mean this animated gif was to be for a client's app? Man, I tried for years to do cool stuff like that for clients but they all said the same thing - it was distracting. No matter how tasteful or subtle, the motion itself was just distracting.
Is for IE, yup, 'quirks & jerks' IE's got 'em!
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