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  • 1.  Bounding Box Width vs Width Scaled

    Posted 12-24-2022 12:58
    Question for the group.  I haven't been able to figure out the difference between Bounding Box Width vs Width Scaled.  Looking at various visual logic setups, some use Width, some use Width Scaled to do the same thing.  As I'm setting up some auto-follows, I notice my Width and Width Scaled are the same value.  I'm also having issues trying to get a row of text boxes with variable character lengths to keep the same spacing between each text box horizontally and I'm wondering if I'm using the correct Bounding Box scene object.   Once I'm ready to throw my machine out the window, I'll ask the group if anyone has solved that problem.  Thanks for any help!


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    Greg Petronzio
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  • 2.  RE: Bounding Box Width vs Width Scaled

    Ross Staff
    Posted 12-24-2022 18:52
    Width scaled and width are different if you use something like autosqueeze. 



    Above I had auto squeeze set to 400, the none scaled shows what it would be if it wasn't being squeezed, whilst scaled shows its squeezed value.

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    Simon Redmile
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    Ross Video
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  • 3.  RE: Bounding Box Width vs Width Scaled

    Posted 28 days ago

    In other word, WidthScaled is normal Width multiplied with the object Scale.X parameter.



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    Svetlin Aleksandrov
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    Euronews Bulgaria
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