WirlyWirly wrote: ↑October 12th, 2020, 6:54 pm
When the number changes, the month doesn't re-align itself with the new value. Therefore overlap occurs.
Any ideas on how to get around this? Since the month is aligned relative the right-side of the date number (Which is in a fixed position), I don't see how I would get it to align relative to the left-most part of the date number.
Even if you do (which I guess could be done using R
instead of r
in relative positioning, or using [MeterDay:W]
in the formula for the month's X
value), the month will "wobble" to different positions when the day meter gets wider or narrower. This is why I recommended setting a certain W
(i.e. width) for meters like the day one - for example the maximum width the day can take, in order to keep things "stable" and not "wobbling around", which may for some look disturbing.
EDIT: Disregard the above, it's not really needed, as a simple decrease of X=-95r
to something like X=-115r
would suffice. In theory, it's more or less the same thing as setting a fixed width for [MeterDay]
, since we talk about similar hardcoded / constant values.