The alignment issues is caused by white-space removal. This would cause small alignment issues in most browsers because a carriage return will fill in a non-block elements. If one were to remove the carriage return from a span it would condense. If you add a carriage return it will expand. Without seeing code one can only speculate.
One way you can do this is by making a small change to the UIProgressButton.prototype.stop function. You need to make sure that you do not get rid of the statusClass class manually set the statusTime by editing self.options.statusTime to whatever value you want it to be. Check the edit I made here. Look at the function mentioned above. I just changed ...
I'm one of the developers responsible for building this Visualizer (it was actually me and one other fellow handling the backend stuff). For anyone interested here are the techniques I had to use to make this project possible. There are no pre-rendered images in the entire visualizer, it actually used Flash to warp a tiled texture with a displacement map, ...
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