Bad example 2

The top 75 pixels of the original image reflected and an overlay added
The tender

This applet is a lot better in that it's now a sensible size, but still has flaws.

The applet can't be the same size as the original picture (196 pixels) Since the source picture used is only 75 pixels high this means the height of the source and the reflection cannot be more than twice the source height - 150 pixels in this case. (The rule changed with the introduction of the new applet - you no longer need to take off 10 or so pixels from the applet height)Making the applet taller than this simply messes up the base, you either see a gray gap or part of the image is duplicated depending on your browser. This means part of the tender is clipped off - just as well since it would not show a reflection
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