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From Edgar Merino <donvo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Background image
Date Sat, 23 May 2009 19:42:12 GMT
Thanks for the suggestions, I tried running the StackPanes demo, and 
noticed it didn't suffered from such a performance bottleneck, I noticed 
the background image was a jpg, I'm currently using a png for the 
background, so tried the demo with my image (800x600) and the 
performance problem arised again. After I changed the format of my 
background to jpg everything went fine. So I can confirm the problem 
happens (at least) with png images. Attached is a copy of my background 
image (in both png and jpg).

Thanks for the help again!
Edgar Merino

Todd Volkert escribió:
> I guess I'll add:
> - Are you running inside a VM?  If so, which virtualization software
> and version?
> -T
> On Sat, May 23, 2009 at 9:05 AM, Greg Brown <gkbrown@mac.com> wrote:
>> Hi Edgar,
>> I just added the following code to the stack panes demo (pivot.tutorials.layout.StackPanes):
>> Alert.alert("Hello, World!", display);
>> I added it to the startup() method, right after the line that opens the window (line
32). I didn't notice any performance issues - can you try the same test and let us know what
behavior you get?
>> Also, can you let us know:
>> - How big is the background image (in pixels)?
>> - What were the display dimensions of the window containing the scaled image when
you noticed the problem?
>> - What OS are you running?
>> - What JVM version/vendor?
>> - How much main memory does your system have, and how much video memory?
>> - How much memory did you allocate to the JVM process?
>> Thanks,
>> Greg
>> On Friday, May 22, 2009, at 10:39PM, "Edgar Merino" <donvodka@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>>    I recently discovered pivot, currently using svn revision 777773.
>>> I've got an application where I would like to place a fixed image
>>> background (although it'll have to be scaled each time the window is
>>> resized). I've tried placing the background by putting all the
>>> components inside a StackPane, however performance drops terrible if I
>>> do it this way (all the other components in the stack move slow, e.g.
>>> Prompts and Frames). Is there any other way to do what I need without
>>> suffering from such a terrible performance bottleneck?
>>> Thanks in advance,
>>> Edgar Merino

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