Poker Mavens 7.00 Released

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noah wrote: Fri Apr 08, 2022 11:29 am 01:44:19.456 CON TypeError: U.minTray.update is not a function. (In ‘U.minTray.update()’, ‘U.minTray.update’ is undefined)
Ok, I found it. Your browser is apparently triggering a window.onresize event during the load and the tray object that holds the minimized tables hadn't been created yet. I'll fix that in the first update.
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We augment our players experience with features powered by realtime log processing. Do you have "Release Notes" that would detail changes to the log (i.e., HandHistory, Event, etc.) structure/content?
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escorpius wrote: Sat Apr 09, 2022 10:02 am We augment our players experience with features powered by realtime log processing. Do you have "Release Notes" that would detail changes to the log (i.e., HandHistory, Event, etc.) structure/content?
The only change to the Event Log is that the "Remote" type is now the "Admin" type. The only change in the hand history files is that the Summary section added a "Rabbit" field for recording undealt community cards and the Board field will have two sets of brackets if run-it-twice was triggered. A "Paid" field was added to the Tourney Results file indicating each player's total cost (buyin+rebuy+addon+ticket).
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Hate bumping old threads but about to do some AI assisted graphics updates for my site. If Im wrong on this please somebody correct me

1. Tables can be any size as long as they maintain ratio so if somebody goes full screen they dont get overly blurry (Ive done some upgrades but havent put them into use yet to see)

2. The way Im reading this however cards chips and such cant be upsized any further past 64x64 so if a table is full screened I cant upsize those graphics if I chose even if I maintain the ratio and go to say 128x128 or 256x256 so I do risk them being a little blurry potentially if the table is full screened on the browser.

If Im wrong especially on number 2 can somebody especially Kent let me know. I found a great utility to upscale and I can repull some of the avatars I used originally resizeing to meet the 64x64 requirement but get weird when upsized but through corel I can just adjust down to say to the 128 or 256 size without issues.
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You can use any size you want on all the graphics, including tables, chips, cards, and avatars. But there is a point of diminishing returns because most people don't have 4K screens to notice the increase in resolution and you're creating large files sizes that put a larger strain on your network bandwidth.
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Thanks kent I appreciate it. my concern was with people going full screen on a table and things getting blurry. I assume PM would just upsize it appropriately but Ive actually been seeing more and more 4K monitors showing up in stores. Its not the resolution so much as Im just trying to avoid the whole going from the default screen full screen and things getitng blurry and weird. I tried to upsize some 64X64 avatars I had and yeah full screen they got really weird looking once they got larger at the table in full screen mode. Im gonna try but Im sure using the high res will just keep the graphic from being all skewed weird and blurry when the table is enlarged which was my goal to begin with.
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ftpjesus wrote: Sun Sep 24, 2023 2:20 am Thanks kent I appreciate it. my concern was with people going full screen on a table and things getting blurry. I assume PM would just upsize it appropriately
Your browser will automatically use all of the pixel information available in the image to render the best possible output. But once you start rendering to a size larger than the native image size, that's when the blurriness starts. You can always remove information to display a large image in a small space and still look good. But you cannot go the other way without a loss of quality because you are just turning small square pixels into larger square pixels. To go larger and maintain quality, your native image must have been created at that larger size to begin with.
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