Why is stageheight 100 px smaller - 2

Posted on 2011-04-28
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
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Ahh, the problem occured again an hour ago, and you are right, it was right after I enabled the Bandwitdtprofiler. Now when I disbaled it, the stageheight is correct.

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Question by:petersego
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    Thanks for this Peter, it wasn't necessary, but is appreciated.

    It's a real biotch to fix too - I just checked through all my recent code projects and don't have a single one that does any attempt to workaround this issue. Nothing turned up in google either. I think the only solution is to close up that bandwidth profiler if you're testing height-sensitive stuff.


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    I'll do that. And thanks again.

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