Today we’re introducing Cheer Cup scaling! The Cheer Cup will now change sizes when you change the size of your Cup browser source. This means the physics will work as intended at more window sizes. It also means the size of your cup may change a bit to improve the physics simulation next time you refresh your Cup browser source.*
The Cup sizing and physics are tuned for a browser source window height of 1080 pixels. Generally speaking, the closer your Cup browser source window height is to 1080 the better the physics and appearance will be.
Cup browser source window heights greater than 1080 pixels will result in larger bits, a larger cup, and more vertical spacing between text lines when multiple cheer messages are on screen.
Cup browser source window heights lower than 1080 pixels will scale down the size of the bits and the Cup, while text will not be scaled down to preserve readability.
*If you really want to use a very low window height or if you still can’t find a size that suits you, you can change the scale variable by adding “?scale=1” to the end of your cup URL. Changing the numeric value and refreshing page will scale the visualization environment. Fair warning: physics may be affected when you alter the scale value.