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Example Platform Behavior Part 9

  • Problem Description

    I am testing the above template. Can someone explain to me why nothing is where it's supposed to be at run time? The platforms and the BG labels shift.

    When running in Chrome everything is way shifted down.

    When doing an EXE via Nodekit, it's closer to what it looks like in the layout, but still shifted down a bit.

    The elements at run time should have the exact same positions as they were positioned in the layout.

    What the heck is going on?

    Please note I am not that noobish as I already substantially modified one of your templates to a more advanced fully working version.

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    Observed Result

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    Expected Result

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  • It looks like it works correctly to me, and this doesn't follow the bug report requirements, so closing.

  • Very disappointing response.

    There was nothing else to fill out because it's one of your default templates.

    And no, it does not work correctly. I have the latest graphic card driver updates (NVIDIA Geforce, very new card) and Chrome.

  • Everything about why I made that reply is described in the bug report guidelines with a thorough rationale and explanation of what to do about it.

  • Very disappointing response.

    And no, it does not work correctly.

    Works correctly. Background and Foreground are meant (coded to) to shift.

    This way, a wanted and very very welcome effect of depth is archived.

    You dont want this ? Set all parallax the same.

    And maybe have a look

    Still dont understand?

    Forum is filled with good help arround parallax.

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