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    Apologies for raising the topic once more but I was wondering if there is a limit to the Gif size used in the Gif Player?

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    No limit, either with the physical dimensions (the play/pause/loading spinner icons are self-centering) or the file size.

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    Sorry I should have specified that I meant file size. I am having a problem with some of the larger Gifs playing smoothly and at the wrong speed.

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    I don't think that's the script. Try embedding the large gif in your web page in a standard <img> tag and compare how it behaves to when it's in the player. Playback of gifs differs between browsers too.
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    You are correct: the Gif embedded in straight <img> code behave exactly the same way. Do you know any way I can improve matters?

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    Maybe try to make the file size smaller. Depending on what software you're using you might be able to delete frames (or re-compile at fewer frames per second) and reduce the colour palette. If there are any transparent regions, block them out with a solid colour.

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    That is helping. Thank you very much for your help again

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    No problem
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