dirkk0

Bunny drag example with correct mouse offset

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Hi,

 

disclaimer: pixi newb here.

 

I am working on an isometric example and as such want to be able to drag the background to move the scene.

Starting from the bunny example (#8) I noticed a behavior that isn't desirable for my particular case. Once you click on the bunny, the sprite jumps to center at your mouse cursor. It's barely noticeable because the bunnies are rather small, but once you tried this with larger sprites, it is pretty obvious:

http://jsfiddle.net/dirkk0/3B2DY/

 

I am not sure if this is the most elegant solutions (comments welcome) but the way I solved this was to introduce to new local variables in mousedown...

this.sx = this.data.getLocalPosition(bunny).x * bunny.scale.x;this.sy = this.data.getLocalPosition(bunny).y * bunny.scale.y;

...and to change the position with this offset in mousemove.

this.position.x = newPosition.x - this.sx;this.position.y = newPosition.y - this.sy;

Working example here:

http://jsfiddle.net/dirkk0/cXfpq/

 

Best,

  Dirk

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