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07-20-2014, 06:34 PM #1
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I'm working on a new project based off a code I found, the problem is the math seems to be way off. What should be a simple plus minus off center axis has a lot more fixes than I initially thought. The following image will show some of the challenges. Would prefer to speak with a js math expert in pm for a better understanding.
the edges of the first object are not set correctly for the edge of the boxes. Also there is a 14px difference from center on axis-x.
notice the gap? a 55px difference from center on axis-y.
Problems with tilt differences too...yet all these are cenetered on the size of the main container. Would like help in fixing math. Thanks in advance.
07-20-2014, 08:31 PM #2
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Remember that by default all measurements and placements are from left and top which causes a bias when centering the final image.
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