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I was trying to build a test project to evaluate the aprox fillrate of a device, and I came up with this. It works fine and all....but take a look at how IE renders vs other browsers.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ivjwxealg0pk7 ... .capx?dl=0
I don't see a difference..... W8.1 IE v11.0.9600.17416.
Huh...maybe it's something on my end. I'm on Win 7 x64. Well, here's what I get:
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I'm pretty sure they all ran the same... Taking a screen shot is a good idea - my memory and eyesight are not what they used to be! I'll let you know...
I see the same as you.
Oddly enough if you take the blue component out altogether you still get the same result.
Yeah, TiAm, I see the same as you as well (lesson: don't run tests late at night...).
I also get the same type of result if using a different color in the sprite - Firefox and Chrome are almost identical, IE is not....
Very strange...I suppose it's an unusual case to have that many sprites overlapping in a real game, but I'd say it's definitely a glitch.