8 Replies Latest reply on Oct 11, 2012 7:15 AM by Eddie Ostrowski

disproportionate scale elements

Hi there,

I'm havig some troubles with any symbols in my stage. Some are scaled correctly, but no other.

All of them are in percentage..so I'm unable to find the problem. Somebody knows what happens?

Click the first submarine ( if you scale the window, the submarine scales ok)

Next submarine, once clicked the first one, appear disproportionate..

URL: www.zapatosrojos.net/sub2

Thanks a lot!!

• 1. Re: disproportionate scale elements

It looks to me like the second instance of the submarine symbol does not have the x and y scale linked. So it scales, but in the horizontal and vertical separately. I think this is a one-mouse-click fix.

• 2. Re: disproportionate scale elements

I agree with Jerry - by the way this is pretty cool!

I am sure you are still working on this project so I may state something you intends to add later:  I would add the hand pointer for the clickable elements so the user knows something is going on there.

• 3. Re: disproportionate scale elements

Sure Resdesign!  The hand pointer is something that I'll add later

• 4. Re: disproportionate scale elements

Well Jerry, I'm trying to fix it..the thing is I'm totally lost about x and y link.. maybe u mean that is inside the yelloy ellipse?

• 5. Re: disproportionate scale elements

See the W and H (width/height) under the section above the area circled? That is showing a bronken link. Click on it and it should become a chain and the width will scale with the height.

• 6. Re: disproportionate scale elements

Please correct me if I'm wrong, but the W and H (directly above the yellow ellipse) is "linked" to scale the submarine proportionately.

The X and Y that is in the yellow ellipse, have nothing to do regarding the submarine's size proportion, but rather the positioning of it's "Transformation Point" origin when it is being scaled.

Eddie

• 7. Re: disproportionate scale elements

@Eddie, you are right about the area in the ellipse. That is to set the control point. And the W and H above it is for scale and is linked. I'm talking about the W and H above that and to the right, which shows an unlinked ratio. This is the responsive width and height.

• 8. Re: disproportionate scale elements

Hey Jerry, thanks. I knew that we were on the same page.

Zsolemolina, nice artwork!

Eddie