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Image Quality problems using Canvas and canvas.scale(Scale, Scale);
by pttr in Programming Languages

I am having Image Quality problems using Canvas and canvas.scale(Scale, Scale); they look exactly like the following:

android: quality of the images resized in runtime

I believe I have read all the posts on image quality problems when re-sizing bitmaps, but it doesn't seem to help when scaling with a Canvas scale(float scale).

I have tried many different opti

Scale/zoom a DOM element and the space it occupies using CSS3 transform scale()
by rbonestell in Web Design

In the middle of my page I have a div element with some content in it (other divs, images, whatever).

<div id="content-to-scale">
<div>something inside</div>
<div>another something</div>

I would

iPhone multi-touch move, scale and rotate, how to prevent scale?
by Matthiasa in Mobile Programming

I have existing code for tracking multi-touch positions and then moving, rotating and scaling the item - in this case an image - appropriately.

The code works really well and in itself is perfect, however for this particular task, I need the movement and rotation ONLY. I have spent time trying to work out what is going on in this routine, but maths is not my strong point so wanted t

jquery scale with origin middle and center come back to original position after scale complete
by liganic in Web Design

i'm trying to scale element with and jquery-ui-1.8.21

$("#star1").effect("scale", {
percent: 125,
origin: ['middle', 'center']
}, 1000);

but after the scale complete, the element jump to original top left

like in this fiddle http://jsfiddle.net/Ncqps/

i've googled it and found that this was known bug in http://bu

How to scale view and keep custom borders in the original size scale?
by Super56K in Operating Systems

I'm building an ios application.
In my application I have a view which contains amongst other things an ImageView
I've created a border around the image view by adding subviews around it.
Each subview has got it's own unique values (5,10,15,10)

I give my users the ability to move, rotate and scale the super view.
Currently every scale causes my border views to ch

Is it possible to scale just the container size(without scaling content) using css3 scale?
by Excessi0n in Web Design

I want a div to occupy view port when a user clicks on it. currently, I have set css3 transition to the div. And setting the width and height property using javascript. And animation happens. But it is not smooth. It looks jerky.

So, I want to use some built in function to scale. And I ended with css3 scale(). But it scales the content as well. I just want the div to expand. Not the

creating a website that can scale down and scale up no matter the screen size
by liganic in Web Design

i am creating a website on my mac book 13 inch the background image i am trying to use is too big for my screen is their a way to keep the aspect ratio the same when developing on my screen so it will look the same scaled up or scaled down

i have used this code to scale the background image to fill the whole screen

background: url(images/background.jpg) no-repeat cen

how to convert a 8 bit gray scale bitmap to 4 bit scale in java?
by Topweasel in Java

I want to read an gray level image file, for example, lena.bmp, then reduce the gray level resolution in java, I used PixelGrabber to get the pixels data of this image, how to convert this 8 bit gray scale bitmap to 4 bit?

Difference Between Spring Scale & Beam Scale
by textmate in Education
A spring scale measures distance that the object is displaced, whereas a beam scale balances the object against another mass. Both measure the mass of an object, although this is commonly referred to as the weight of an object. GravityBoth types of scale rely on the force of gravity to operate. The beam scale balances weights placed at certain distances along a beam to equate the gravitational

How to Determine Which Scale to Use on an Architect's Scale Ruler
by artvscommerce in Home & Garden
Because blueprints are scaled representations of buildings, it is necessary to measure these drawings with an architectural scale or ruler. These rulers have three sides -- each divided into two sections. So an architecture scale has six scale representations on three sides, with each of the scales representing one real-world foot. For example, a 1/4-inch scale is laid out on the ruler so that 1/4

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