When you have a minute, take a look at this screen and see if you can tell me what’s going on. I’m just thinking ahead, trying to come up with ways I can spruce up my screens in the future.
There are two fans, one that spins on its vertical axis, and one that rotates. With the first one, I just wanted to give it the appearance of rotating (use your imagination ). They are both keyed off a timer, which ultimately would be replaced by real feedback devices.
So, a couple of questions: When both components are on the screen, the fan on the vertical axis really takes a lot of the resources. Is this a function of the horizontal stretching, or is it because of my expression?
Second, if I delete the fan on the vertical axis, and give the focus to the screen, the rotating fan spins like crazy. But if I give the focus back to either the fan or the timer, it slowns down considerably. Why would this be?
Again, don’t waste a lot of time on this. I’m just playing around for now, but want to see what makes sense and what doesn’t for the future.
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