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  1. So I have a world, a box made out of 4 long and slim immovable arcade physics bodies, and about 40 balls within that box with velocity of 100 to 300, the framerate stays within 40-60 FPS. The problem I have is that sometimes due to some factor balls just move right through the box, but strangely never through the world boundaries (or at least not to my knowledge). Is this just a FPS problem? Do I need to maintain it at 55-60 or? Or could it be a bug in my code? What can I do to get consistent collision using Arcade Physics? I execute the following on every this.update: this.game.physics.arcade.collide(this.itemLayer, this.itemBoxLayer)
  2. Okay so I have a sprite that's a white circle, I want to put balls into it that move and collide with the circle, that is balls that bounce around inside the circle, I can't use Arcade physics because it only has rectangular bodies so I'm looking at P2 for a solution but I'm not clear on how I'm suppose to implement it there, can I use a Circle body? Or perhaps a Polygon body? A circle body can't be emptied on the inside but perhaps it's possible somehow to allow the balls to be inside the circle body and then collide with its edges? If I need to use a polygon body, would I just have the figure out the polygon points for the sprite somehow? Or is it perhaps possible to automatically create a body based on the colors on the sprite vs the alpha on the sprite? Thanks.
  3. I've created some code which adjusts the aspect ratio of the game in regards to the browsers inner width and height and then fills out the space of the inner width and height exactly, but the way I'm doing that last part means I have to do it on every update, if I only do it once the game reverts to it's original, but correct aspect ratio, size. So I have the following: var that = this;$(window).resize(function() { that.resize(); } );And in this.resize: var w = rootWidth;var h = rootHeight;//this.scale.scaleMode = Phaser.ScaleManager.SHOW_ALL;if (window.innerWidth > window.innerHeight) { var width = w+0.4*window.innerWidth; var height = (width / window.innerWidth) * window.innerHeight;} else { var height = h+0.4*window.innerHeight; var width = (height / window.innerHeight) * window.innerWidth;}this.game.width = width;this.game.height = height;this.scale.width = width;this.scale.height = height;this.game.canvas.width = width;this.game.canvas.height = height;//this.game.world.setBounds(0, 0, width, height);this.game.scale.width = width;this.game.scale.height = height;this.game.camera.setSize(width, height);this.game.camera.setBoundsToWorld();this.game.renderer.resize(width, height);// Tell ScaleManager that we have changed sizesthis.game.scale.setSize();Which gives me a game which always keeps the same aspect ratio as the window, but now I want to scale the game to fill the window exactly (which should be easy given that the game has the same ratio as the window), so far I have the following but it needs to be called on every update loop to maintain itself: var size = this.calculateAspectRatioFit(this.game.width, this.game.height, window.innerWidth, window.innerHeight);$("canvas").css("width", size.width);$("canvas").css("height", size.height);$("canvas").width(size.width);$("canvas").height(size.height);And calculateAspectRatioFit contains: var ratio = Math.min(maxWidth / srcWidth, maxHeight / srcHeight);return { width: srcWidth*ratio, height: srcHeight*ratio };So how do I tell the game to scale like I do already but such that the game doesn't just revert back on every update? --Edit-- I've created a small working jsfiddle which implements the above code, and again everything works except for the scaling, I have to call my css width and height on every update to maintain the correct size/scaling: http://jsfiddle.net/yeuyvx6b/ --Edit-- Oh and the reason I want to only call the scaling once is because it drains resources to scale it again and again on every update call.