Yddron

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  1. Heya, On Macbook Pro 2016 13" both Safari and Chrome resizing and centering works fine, but none of the buttons work (if they are supposed to), they just animate when clicked.
  2. I'm just starting with libraries for JS 2D game development and I want to pair these two and I've spent several hours trying everything I can and all the examples I could find on how to use Pixi.js sprites and shapes but I feel like I can't get it right. If I get anything to work at all, it is always either really clunky code that I think will affect some functionality or performance later. Here's an example on how to use a JS canvas with Matter.js, and I even tried using PIXI.Graphics to replicate this: https://github.com/liabru/matter-js/wiki/Rendering I really want to be able to draw shapes like rectangles and circles and have them work as PIXI.Sprite, while also as a Matter.Body. I want shapes first so that I don't have to look for and load images when I simply want to try out an idea. I found an example here that I tried replicating, but making general functions that create an object that contains the sprite and the body objects. https://codepen.io/BakerCo/pen/ojKJJb?editors=0010 Instead of loading an image, I created a PIXI.Graphics shape, generated a canvas from it with Pixi and created a PIXI.Sprite. Loading an image and making a Sprite is so much more simple, but for later. I'm just starting with libraries for JS 2D game development and I want to pair these two and I've spent several hours trying everything I can and all the examples I could find on how to use Pixi.js sprites and shapes but I feel like I can't get it right. If I get anything to work at all, it is always either really clunky code that I think will affect some functionality or performance later. Here's an example on how to use a JS canvas with Matter.js, and I even tried using PIXI.Graphics to replicate this: https://github.com/liabru/matter-js/wiki/Rendering I really want to be able to draw shapes like rectangles and circles and have them work as PIXI.Sprite, while also as a Matter.Body. I want shapes first so that I don't have to look for and load images when I simply want to try out an idea. I found an example here that I tried replicating, but making general functions that create an object that contains the sprite and the body objects. https://codepen.io/BakerCo/pen/ojKJJb?editors=0010 Instead of loading an image, I created a PIXI.Graphics shape, generated a canvas from it with Pixi and created a PIXI.Sprite. Loading an image and making a Sprite is so much more simple, but for later. The whole result was a jaggy, low quality version of the Matter.js Getting Started example. There has to be a good way to pair any renderer with Matter.js, right? Please can you show me how to do this properly? The whole result was a jaggy, low quality version of the Matter.js Getting Started example. There has to be a good way to pair any renderer with Matter.js, right? Please can you show me how to do this properly? P.S. I know there is a Matter.RenderPixi module, but it is deprecated and I want to learn how to actually combine a renderer with a physics engine for the freedom and understanding.