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I’m trying to find an alternative way to display this svg+css animation I made,
due to it’s rather poor performances.
The animation surronds a <div> covering about the entire screen, so it’s rendered usually at high resolutions (I think that’s why the framerate is truggling).
I am quite sure the guilty is the gaussian blur applied on the path, but I can’t think of any other way to achieve the same result, and that’s why I’m here :) .
And those are all the techniques I know.
What would you use in this situation?
I don’t actually need the blur filter, I just need that gradient along the path (neon style), any alternative way to do that is more than welcome
Anyone? ༼ つ ಥ_ಥ ༽つ
This may cause your problem: stroke-dashoffset: -2760;
Try using only positive numbers with stroke-dashoffset since there are some issues when using negative stroke-dashoffset values.
I hope this may help.
Oh, thank you! (:
That’s good to know
I’ll definitely try that and update with results.
Using positive dash offsets didn’t solve the bad framerate.
Seems like the gaussian blur is recalculated at every frame.
I need a trick to show that glow in a cheaper way
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