Feb. 23rd, 2009

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So I'm doing a presentation, and one of my graphics that I'm using everywhere is two concentric circles, one orange, one green. I haven't been able to get them to line up on the same center point.

It's been driving me NUTS - Keynote shows them aligned, they don't look right, they're always just a *little* bit off.

I fix it, I use it elsewhere, it's off.
I go back to the original, it's off.
I fix it, I come back to it, it's off.
I finally just chalked it up to a rendering bug.

I just figured it out.

It's chromatic aberration in my glasses - if I'm not looking at it dead center, it curves the two colors slightly differently, and the two circles are no longer on the same center point.


*headdesk*
kickaha: (Default)
So I'm doing a presentation, and one of my graphics that I'm using everywhere is two concentric circles, one orange, one green. I haven't been able to get them to line up on the same center point.

It's been driving me NUTS - Keynote shows them aligned, they don't look right, they're always just a *little* bit off.

I fix it, I use it elsewhere, it's off.
I go back to the original, it's off.
I fix it, I come back to it, it's off.
I finally just chalked it up to a rendering bug.

I just figured it out.

It's chromatic aberration in my glasses - if I'm not looking at it dead center, it curves the two colors slightly differently, and the two circles are no longer on the same center point.


*headdesk*

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