scripty fader

When I have the scripty fader working, I though the spining wheel would be displayed until the image had been loaded, instead the image is progressively loaded in view. No sign of the spinning wheel. Is that correct?

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The spinner only shows while the Ajax request for the next element is
loading, once it’s loaded, the spinner disappears and the image fades
into view. I actually set the spinner as a background image, so it
will center, and remove it in a callback when the next element loads.

Also, once you’ve gone through the options once, all of the elements
are in your browser’s cache, so they won’t actually trigger the Ajax
request any more.

Walter

On Feb 24, 2011, at 7:59 AM, Nathan Garner wrote:

When I have the scripty fader working, I though the spining wheel
would be displayed until the image had been loaded, instead the
image is progressively loaded in view. No sign of the spinning
wheel. Is that correct?

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Creative Director

Austin Wells Design Limited
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Ah ok. Might have to think about something else as it doesn’t look right having the image progressively appear.
Thanks Walter

Nathan Garner
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On Feb 24, 2011, at 1:47 PM, Walter Lee Davis wrote:

The spinner only shows while the Ajax request for the next element is loading, once it’s loaded, the spinner disappears and the image fades into view. I actually set the spinner as a background image, so it will center, and remove it in a callback when the next element loads.

Also, once you’ve gone through the options once, all of the elements are in your browser’s cache, so they won’t actually trigger the Ajax request any more.

Walter

On Feb 24, 2011, at 7:59 AM, Nathan Garner wrote:

When I have the scripty fader working, I though the spining wheel would be displayed until the image had been loaded, instead the image is progressively loaded in view. No sign of the spinning wheel. Is that correct?

Nathan Garner
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Hi Nathan,
Do you have the image saved as progressive either in Freeway or whatever editor created the item? If you save the image with this off it should download the whole image before it displays anything of in the browser window.
Maybe. :slight_smile:
Regards,
Tim.

On 24 Feb 2011, at 15:07, Nathan Garner wrote:

Ah ok. Might have to think about something else as it doesn’t look right having the image progressively appear.

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You can change the progressive part by re-compressing the original
without that feature. What application did you use to create the image?

Walter

On Feb 24, 2011, at 10:07 AM, Nathan Garner wrote:

Ah ok. Might have to think about something else as it doesn’t look
right having the image progressively appear.


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Originally in Photoshop, imported as normal into FW with the progressive box unchecked.

I have made them smaller (75%) so should load quicker.

Nathan Garner
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On Feb 24, 2011, at 3:50 PM, Tim Plumb wrote:

Hi Nathan,
Do you have the image saved as progressive either in Freeway or whatever editor created the item? If you save the image with this off it should download the whole image before it displays anything of in the browser window.
Maybe. :slight_smile:
Regards,
Tim.

On 24 Feb 2011, at 15:07, Nathan Garner wrote:

Ah ok. Might have to think about something else as it doesn’t look right having the image progressively appear.

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