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3.4 - scaling is not working anymore

Ranco 7 years ago in By Screen / Interact updated by Alin Alexandru Matei 7 years ago 7
It used to work wrong (I posted a bug on that) - when you scale to 80% and then back to 100 (= scale 125%). Not it doesn't work at all....
Not a bug
I created a sample app for this problem but everything works as it should.
Here is the sample app:
276 - Scale behavior.zip
Well, it is a bug, believe me. Stuff that used to work in prev. now doesn't.
I reported two scaling bugs in the past:
1. http://feedback.interactbuilder.com/topic/358233-f... - not fixed
2. By email to Ken and Ezra, Dec 26 2013:
Click to scale down (80%) followed by scale up (125%) – the second one doesn't work. Or actually it does, but it scales down even more instead of scaling back up (is there a way to reset??).


They confirmed the bug, but it is not fixed - worse, now it doesn't scale at all.
I thought I reported it here as well but I can't find it now.
I can privately share my app if required. Preparing a one page sample will take time and might not have the problem, as I've seen in the past
Ranco
As far as the scaling you scale an element 50%, to scale it back to it's original size you would have to scale it by 200%.  So I tried the exact example that you provided in #2 and it works (scaling to 80% followed by a scale up of 125%). I am enclosing the sample app.  104 - Scale.zip .   We will take a look at the frame issue again.
Change the 1000ms to 100ms in your example and see what happens. This is what I reported in the past. We've gone through that exercise in the past.
Now in my book, it stopped working altogether. I'll try to remove the animation and re-do it, but the fact remains that if the scaling is fast (sort of a blink effect), it doesn't scale back to the same size or position.
I see now what are you saying. We will fix this as soon as possible
Guys, status was changed to "Fix" and so the release notes states (3.4.1) but now the scale example send by Alin is not working - only the scale to 80% works, the following scale back by 125% does nothing.
Of course each scale separately does work. But if you try to scale to 80, followed by another scale to 125, it doesn't. Check out Ezra's example above - it doesn't work. It only zooms in, just a bit. As if both scales (down & up) are done simultaneously although defined as one after another
Ranco