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If you place an object on a layer with a scroll x rate that is not 100 and you zoom the object will move to a different position.
Zooming in moves the object left. Zooming out moves the object right.
Is there anyway to fix this? Or is there a work around?
Not sure what you mean by "scroll x rate that is not 100" does that mean 0, or just a number lower or higher than 100?
Also, is the object moving in terms of its X position in memory, or just on-screen?
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If the object has a scroll x rate less than 100 the objects x position will move.
Hmm, I tried to create a test of this: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/471 ... omTest.cap
And it looks okay here, it should definitely "move" on the screen when the zoom scroll rate is greater than 0, in the same way that objects will still scroll slightly if scroll rate is greater than 0.
What is the effect you want to happen when you zoom?
Your cap file works great jayjay. The problem seems to be related to resolution zooming and the camera I had set up.
Thanks for the help.
Anytime! glad to help