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Thursday, January 22nd 2009, 2:43am

Define "hit" area of a plugin?

Is there a way to define the "hit" or "hotspot" that will trigger an action. For example - I have a .png with transparency (approx 25px by 25px)... the viewable image is small, but I'd like the hit area to be larger than the image (say 100px by 100px)... visually I want the image small, but it's difficult to "hit" the png and actuate the corresponding action. Any way to increase the "hit" area without increasing the visual size of the image? TIA - Blake


Thursday, January 22nd 2009, 3:44pm


no there is no way to set the hitarea the moment,

but the easiest way the make this now, would be just to make a
transparent border of the image

best regards,