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Hi, I just want to introduce Compress-Or-Die which is an online compression tool especially created for the creators of banners... so I hope for the most of you. It isn't a tool like tinyjpg or jpegmini that just allows to shrink existing JPGs a little bit. It's the one that creates your (also low quality) images from your original data and really squeezes out the last byte. And allows things like JPGs with transparency and "Selective quality" (as known from Adobe Fireworks) btw... Take a look at it here: http://compress-or-die.com/ In this context these articles could be interesting that explain a lot of the options you can set: http://compress-or-die.com/Understanding-JPG http://compress-or-die.com/Understanding-PNG I am the author of the tool and the article. So if you have questions, wishes or something else, just drop me a line. Thanks, Christoph
I'm rotating and tweening the top and left positions of several img elements (transparent .pngs of rounded rectangles that have a slight drop shadow). Everything is working perfectly in all browsers except IE(7&8) renders the "dropshadow" area of the pngs as a solid black. I've tried several hacks like: http://snipplr.com/v...deview&id=46458 and http://snipplr.com/view/7903 but nothing seems to work. It's notable to mention that if I remove the rotation from the elements, they render fine in IE. Any help would be greatly appreciated! PS - Thank you so much for porting this library to JS!!!
If I use LoaderMax to load pngs with transparent backgrounds and add mouse event listeners to the pngs, will the listeners respond when the mouse is over the transparent portion of the png? If so, is there a way to change this so that the mouse events only dispatch when hovering over opaque portions of the png? Thank you