More Cloudinary Magic: progress bars!

Just figured out how to make a progress bar on the bottom of an image. Until built-progress bars for card/tiles view exist, this will do!

Tutorial in the works!
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Waiting…for tutorial…:slight_smile:

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:open_mouth: Can’t wait for the tutorial.

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Video has been processing on YouTube for an hour now…sorry for the delay!

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Does the video have a “cool progress bar”?

No…so lame. Thinking I need to reupload.

This is stellar @Robert_Petitto! Looking forward to your tutorial on this.

I let the video upload then left the house. I’ll be back home in an hour and then reupload. Stay tuned!

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How dare you go out…where is your commitment to glide and the community? :slight_smile: think you need to give more of your free time to us. :wink:

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I literally laughed out loud. Too funny. T-Minus 15 minutes for the video all you patient people! Audio isn’t the greatest—had to record using an AirPod because of background noise.

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Excited to see how this works and whether it will work across several sheets… thanks for sharing!

As promised!

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One word - brilliant. Thanks for working through this and making a video. Makes complete sense, well explained. Strange about the images when it is zero progress, just trying to think through why the roundness potentially causes an issue. Top work :+1:

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Or maybe it’s not the roundness! Maybe it’s the fact that it’s a width of 0. Gonna see if I add .001 to the width if it shows then. Stay tuned!

0% vs 10%

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That would make sense. Thanks

@Robert_Petitto You do an awesome job describing how you do a certain feature. Cloudinary are lucky to have you in the community :slight_smile:

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Same for you! Your panorama trick was spot on.

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It was the rounded corners! :frowning:

Setting the width to 0.0 with rounded corners resulted in a 400 error. Removing the rounded corners allowed the image to work. Oh well.

No Rounded Corners for now.

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Set an “if” column to use rounded corners if % > X and not if % < X?

I was thinking about this!

“Great minds…” :wink:

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