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  1. rich

    Ellipse Collision

    No, Arcade Physics is rectangle and circle only. Use Matter.js if you need any other shape.
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    LoadTexture

    It's likely not a valid texture key then. With no code or assets to see you'll have to figure this one out yourself, but that's the right method to call in Phaser 3.
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    LoadTexture

    It’s not a valid function at all, for anything. Use setTexture instead.
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    Load resources out of preloader

    http://labs.phaser.io/index.html?dir=loader/loader events/&q=
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    Getting a reference to events

    When a TimerEvent has completed (i.e. reached its duration, or repeat limit) it will be moved to the `_pendingRemoval` array within the Clock class. This is purged at the start of every game step. Or, you can invoke it directly by calling the `removeAllEvents` method. If you do this, all TimerEvents are immediately flagged for deletion. The TimerEvents are a bit of a misnomer re: their naming, because they're not actually Events in the EE3 sense of the word, and aren't emitted in the same way internally. They do, however, self manage themselves. They hold no outside references other than the callback they invoke, so as long as you let the Clock class clean them up, they shouldn't linger in memory at all. The only exception is when you set them to loop infinitely.
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    Phaser Game crashes? this.game.undefined?

    Scope, scope, scope, scope. Your function scope is wrong. Where-ever you are calling "freeChicken2" from, the scope inside of it doesn't match the State, which is why "this.game" doesn't work.
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    Tilemap Displays Grid Lines (Render Artifacts)

    Here, this will help: http://phaser.io/news/2018/05/webgl-tile-extruder
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    Using a simple spritesheet animation without key

    Just call generateFrameNumbers without passing anything but the key of the sprite sheet: frames: this.anims.generateFrameNumbers('spriteSheetKey')
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    Getting a reference to events

    Early versions of v3 (while still in beta) used this approach, and it was replaced with the current way (of the actual values being passed to the callback), because in order to use the first approach you have to create new Event objects and then populate them with the relevant data every single time. As events were worked into some really hot areas of code (update loops, input handlers, tweens, animation, etc), this constant object creation and reallocation was taking up considerable CPU time for no tangible benefit. Now that every Game Object is an event emitter it's crucial they don't waste time doing this. Also, we use EE3 for event handling, which offers no control over event propagation or destruction (again, it's eschewed in favor of performance) Had Phaser been a typical web app I'd have kept the original approach, but as it's for making games, every little bit counts - and when you have got a game with potentially tens of thousands of event emitters running around, it's important they're as lean as can be. In short, the reason you can't get a reference to the event as such, is because there isn't one. This doesn't mean you can't emit your own events internally though. There's nothing stopping you from having your game create new Event objects and have those emitted and handled by the callbacks, it's just the internal Phaser generated events don't.
  10. Signal callbacks need to be a reference to a function, which is only run when the event fires. You should likely change your code to be: `onOutOfBounds.add(resetBox, this)` (assuming resetBox is in the local scope)
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    play video in Pharse3

    There's no Video object in v3, you'll need to implement it yourself.
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    Collider in group does not work

    I still don't really get why you can't create everything you need up-front, the moment the game starts. Create your bombs group, create the player, create the colliders. Then in the Socket callbacks all you need do is create the bombs themselves, within the pre-existing Group. The fact you're having to use setTimeout is a big red warning flag there are structural problems in the code imho.
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    Phaser 3 & TypeScript

    Phaser.scene.load.spritesheet wouldn't work from JS either
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    Collider in group does not work

    Don't add the collider inside the socket function, or it will create a brand new collider ever time that function is called, which I'm pretty sure is not what you wanted. Instead, try and get it working without using a Socket connection at all - do the bombs work locally? If so, I think it's likely just a scope issue.
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    inheritance in phaser 3

    Here is how to do it using ES5: http://labs.phaser.io/view.html?src=src\game objects\images\custom image class.js and here is how to do it using ES6: http://labs.phaser.io/view.html?src=src\game objects\images\custom image class ES6.js
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    Support Phaser V2

    Phaser v2 is continued in Phaser CE, which has had many releases and is still on-going.
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    Pixelart while moving it gets blurry

    You can't have crisp pixels if you zoom the camera by 2.5 - keep the zoom level at 1, or at the very least, constrained to integers.
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    Trouble changing Scenes in Phaser 3

    Use the Scene key to swap to it: this.scene.start('sceneMainGame'); and make sure that your main game Scene has been added to your list of Scenes in your game config.
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    How do I use this spritesheet in Phaser 3?

    You could also use Shoebox and its "Extract Sprites" feature, which will scan the png and rip out all of the images it can find. Might save you some time: https://renderhjs.net/shoebox/
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    Playing GIFs in Phaser 3

    Can’t see why not. I mean you’d only get the first frame, just like in canvas, but the browser can load it and there’s no logical reason it can’t make a gl texture from it.
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    Playing GIFs in Phaser 3

    If you don't need to do too many of them then I personally use https://ezgif.com - you can upload a gif then split it to frames and download as a zip, can also do other edits too, then it's easy to string back together in an app like texture packer or shoebox.
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    Prevent game pause

    You can’t. The game doesn’t pause, it’s the browser that pauses because the tab is inactive. It also happens if you open another app like notepad and drag it so that it covers up the browser. It knows you can’t see it, so it throttles processing down to the absolute minimum needed. Browsers have done this for a while now as it saves battery life on non desktops.
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    can't get frameName setter to work

    Well, there's no such property as 'frameName' on Game Objects in Phaser 3, so setting it won't have any effect. To change a frame you should use setFrame. To change a texture, setTexture.
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    Updating existing texture with canvas content

    This changed in 3.7 so it now returns a CanvasTexture object, which is a lot easier to work with. Try the following: var config = { type: Phaser.AUTO, parent: 'phaser-example', scene: { create: create } }; var texture; var game = new Phaser.Game(config); function create () { texture = this.textures.createCanvas('gradient', 16, 256); // We can access the underlying Canvas context like this: var grd = texture.context.createLinearGradient(0, 0, 0, 256); grd.addColorStop(0, '#8ED6FF'); grd.addColorStop(1, '#004CB3'); texture.context.fillStyle = grd; texture.context.fillRect(0, 0, 16, 256); // Call this if running under WebGL, or you'll see nothing change texture.refresh(); // Add a bunch of images that all use the same texture for (var i = 0; i < 64; i++) { var image = this.add.image(8 + i * 16, 0, 'gradient'); this.tweens.add({ targets: image, y: 650, duration: 2000, ease: 'Quad.easeInOut', delay: i * 62.5, yoyo: true, repeat: -1 }); } this.time.addEvent({ delay: 4000, callback: updateTexture, callbackScope: this, loop: true }); } function updateTexture () { var grd = texture.context.createLinearGradient(0, 0, 0, 256); grd.addColorStop(0, generateHexColor()); grd.addColorStop(1, generateHexColor()); texture.context.fillStyle = grd; texture.context.fillRect(0, 0, 16, 256); // Call this if running under WebGL, or you'll see nothing change texture.refresh(); } function generateHexColor () { return '#' + ((0.5 + 0.5 * Math.random()) * 0xFFFFFF << 0).toString(16); }