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PhilH

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Friday, March 20th 2009, 1:30am

Pixel Border at bottom of krpano?

Hello all,

I'm net to the krpano world, but love the player and support.

I have a question though. I've noticed now that I've implemented it on some sites that there seems to be about a 1 pixel border at the bottom of the player. It's definitely part of krpano. I was wondering if anybody knows anything about this, or more importantly how to fix it.

Thanks!

Phil

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Friday, March 20th 2009, 10:25am

Hi,

do you use the HIGHSHARP quality setting?
the sharping filter can cause a high contrast 1 pixel border around the pano,
but I already found a solution for this problem,
it will be fixed in the next beta release

best regards,
Klaus

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Friday, March 20th 2009, 5:40pm

Nope. I'm actually just using "HIGH".

I've uploaded an example for you to have a look at.
http://www.artbyphil.com/phfx/panoramas/krpano_pixelthing/

Take a look at the bottom of the box that I've outlined with a 1px white border. There appears to be a 1px black area at the bottom of the movie. I've noticed this on other peoples sites with krpanos.

Any ideas?

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Saturday, March 21st 2009, 6:05pm

Hi,

this seems to be a html/css thing,

when you take a screenshot and measure the pano height,
it's exactly 283 pixel height (this is the size that was set in the html file)

or try right clicking on the pano and then on the "border",
you see the border is not a part of the flash element,

try to set the the margin, and padding of the flash element to 0,
maybe this helps,

best regards,
Klaus

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Saturday, March 21st 2009, 8:15pm

Ah! Found the culprit!

You were right, it is an html & css thing. Amazingly frustrating, I've just never seen it before.

After reading though a swamp of html/css documentation I found that that gap is there for the descenders on letters like g and p.

A little css fixes it easily.

td object, td embed {
vertical-align: bottom;
}


Thanks for the help.

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Monday, March 23rd 2009, 8:52am

thanks, interesting to know that the gap is from the descenders