Re: Strange rendering of a wide GIF

Hi Juan,

This problem is known, but not easy to fix.
On Windows platforms, Amaya uses the native support of OpenGL provided
by video cards. Most of them are not able to store large images width or
height larger than 1024 pixels. Amaya truncates images and displays only
a part of the image instead of not displaying it at all.

The solution is probably to use Mesa on Windows platforms, but our
previous experiments didn't work. We'll try again after the 11.2
release. Perhaps Mesa works fine now on Windows platforms.

Meanwhile, you may try to reduce the size of the image if it's possible.

Le mardi 30 juin 2009 à 10:57 -0300, Juan Lanus a écrit :
> Hi There,
> A wide GIF is correctly displayed up to the 1000th. pixel
> approximately, and stripes show to the right of it. 
> See the attached pictures: agenda20090630_AmayaGif.gif is a screenshot
> of Amaya rendering agenda20090629_IxDA-BA.gif
> The styles applied to the image are:
> CSS style rules applied to the <img> element
> Colored lines are links activated by a double (or a single) click
> border-top-width: 0px;        line 68, file C:\doc\2009\perdoc.css
> border-right-width: 0px;      line 68, file C:\doc\2009\perdoc.css
> border-bottom-width: 0px;     line 68, file C:\doc\2009\perdoc.css
> border-left-width: 0px;       line 68, file C:\doc\2009\perdoc.css
> It's 11.2 Amaya (19 jun) in Windows XP. 
> --
> Juan Lanus
Irene Vatton <>

Received on Wednesday, 1 July 2009 14:45:40 UTC