[Pro] Pinning an item in place

Can Freeway 6 pin or fix a graphic or item on a web page in place so that when a person scrolls it does not move? Usually done for nabbers.


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I would think that you after the Sticker action

http://scripty.walterdavisstudio.com/sticker/


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Thanks. It works well in safari and firefox but not Chrome for some reason.

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Link showing the problem?

Walter

On Sep 4, 2013, at 3:28 PM, Steven Houtzager wrote:

Thanks. It works well in safari and firefox but not Chrome for some reason.

SH


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Click once on the image and in the Inspector choose Position: Fixed in Window.

Walter

On Sep 4, 2013, at 2:41 PM, Steven Houtzager wrote:

Can Freeway 6 pin or fix a graphic or item on a web page in place so that when a person scrolls it does not move? Usually done for nabbers.


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What is the difference between the layer being absolute or fixed in window?


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Fixed in window means that it is positioned relative to the browser window, not to the page (which may be larger than the window, and thus may scroll relative to the window).

If an item is absolutely positioned and the page is smaller than the window, then there is no functional difference between the two, but if the page is larger than the window, then an absolutely positioned element will scroll with the rest of the page relative to the window.

Any of those static title bars you may have seen above or below a page are positioned fixed.

Walter

On Sep 4, 2013, at 6:35 PM, Noel Sergeant wrote:

What is the difference between the layer being absolute or fixed in window?


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Here is the page.

http://intuitionusa.com/downloads_page.html

Thanks for the time!


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Sticker (on this page) works fine in Chrome, but your fonts are all default there. Not sure why that’s happening.

Walter

On Sep 4, 2013, at 8:52 PM, Steven Houtzager wrote:

Here is the page.

Intuition - Design, 3D Visualization, 3D Animation - Atlanta, GA - Downloads

Thanks for the time!


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I tested it on 2 other machines and it works fine with Chrome. It was just this one machine. Thanks.


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See if the version is different. I have the latest here, on auto-update. This machine may be stuck on an older version where auto-update didn’t work. (There were a few versions where it would get stuck.)

Walter

On Sep 5, 2013, at 10:38 AM, Steven Houtzager wrote:

I tested it on 2 other machines and it works fine with Chrome. It was just this one machine. Thanks.


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