fjgiie wrote:2. Chrome browser the track in Tutorial one is at 244, 190 no magnification.
The track in tutorial one is at 237, 95 using Ctrl+ one time. (one magnification)
By the way the top left corner is at -5, -93 using Chrome with one magnification.
So a duster cannot click correctly using the Google Chrome magnifier.
When we view a missed Cal movie using the missed calibration movie viewer, the red indicators and the coordinates listed do not really have anything to do with where the VM locates the Cal track? Is that correct?
The VM draws a 30 pixel radius circle around the center of the track, and if we click inside that circle (using no magnification) then we clicked correctly? f
Wow, what a difference with the Chrome browser! Thanks for doing that research.
But yes, the Red Bars mark the general area of the "where to click" but are not used when the computer determines if you clicked correctly or not, that's all in the true X/Y that has been entered for each PM. So then, in essence, yes the VM does draw a 30 pixel radius around the X/Y coordinates that have been entered and you need to click within that circle.
By the way, I did a little test after your post and noted my click coordinates (based on the Firefox browser I was using) just before clicking on a known PM. Then I had someone check the database, and sure enough, my recorded
X/Y click matched perfectly to what I thought I clicked (see below). So it does work when everything is setup properly. Nevertheless, if you seem to be getting this problem over and over again, then please let us know.
My database record from test click on known PM:
(where I clicked:)
frame # 25
time 2011-08-09 18:04:58