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  1. I apologize in advance if this should be obvious... Regarding destroying / removing cameras that I don't need anymore, I came across these two descriptions in the documentation that sound a bit contradicting to me: Camera.destroy(): CameraManager.remove(camera): So for destroy() it says that I should use CameraManager.remove(). However for remove() it says that I need to call Camera.destroy() to clear all references. @rich What's the "clean" way to do it? Call remove() first and then destroy() after? Or just one of the two?
  2. Hi Blender users! We have to enhance the doc about how to get things from Blender to BJS. Here the existing one: and also some tips: Github issue can be found here: You can use github or this forum to suggest some missing parts, and you can, of course, suggest direclty here content to "copy-paste" If you prepare screenshots, please use the default Blender theme "Flatty light". If you want to see the advancement, here is my doc' fork. --- Nota Bene: (I put here a list which will be updated to easily retrieve some tips/methods/asking) about animation, something to investigate: when animating multiple objects, use have to rename each action with objectName-Action? Another one. about animation, explanations from JCPalmer, contribution to future too. Blender animation parenting & pivot issue - instructions animating a child mesh export multiple actions vs only current : --- todo list canceled for now: about automatic baking : can't be avoid for now
  3. In Interphase #1, the 19 properties of Phaser.State are listed, but there are only 18 referenced in the documentation. The state property (which reference to the game StateManager) is not declared in the Phaser.State constructor but still linked by the StateManager. Shouldn't it be added alongside the 18 others properties in the Phaser.State constructor, so it show up as well in the documentation?
  4. I find PIXI v2 documentation is way better than current documentation. What I found really useful from documentation v2: Quick search/accessBird view to all method and propertiesIs there any chance current documentation implement same features?
  5. I have a problem that's sort of hard to describe. To try and sum it up, setting the visibility of a DOC to false and then updating the position of the non-visible DOC, when setting the DOC back to visible, the DOC isn't where it's supposed to be. See? sorry... it's hard to explain I have a page set up as an example. EDIT: And HERE is a jsfiddle to mess with (but using black squares instead of actual images because of cross-domain problems) The code is very messy, but this is more of a "proof of concept" test page to work out some ideas to implement on the main project. Let me try to explain the goal of what I'm doing: I took a large image and separated it out into multiple smaller images. I've then "stitched" them together as sprites on a DOC. I've then taken the same large image, made it half sized, and then split it up into the same sized "tiles" as the previous, and then placed those tiles on a second DOC. Once more with a 3rd iteration, making the image 1/4 of the original size. On mouse wheel, all three DOCs scale in and out and click-dragging pans all 3 DOCs around. (there's also some culling going on for tiles that get placed outside of the canvas bounds). At a certain zoom level, I hide one DOC and show another (the corresponding "zoom-levels", think Google Earth) All of this works beautifully. Except when I scale in and out AFTER panning the DOCs around. What's weird is that when panning, the position is getting updated and that's pretty much it. When scaling, the position is ALSO updated. If I don't set the visibility to false on either 3 DOCs, they never shift in their positioning. You can pan them and scale them and they'll never "jump". Once you start setting the visibility to "none" and then pan them around, when it gets set back to visible=true, its position is off. Like something doesn't get updated properly when the visible is set to false. BTW, sorry for the crazy image I'm demoing with. It's just a placholder instead of the actual game's image, but it get's the point across Here's the code for what's going on in the link listed above Again, sorry for how disheveled the code is, it's me playing with ideas and learning how to do them for later on in a projects dev. You can safely ignore the big blob of code at the top, It should be a link to another js file (The bunny examples stats.js) but instead I just copied the lines directly into the page. <html> <head> <script src="//"></script> <script src="<?php echo base_url()."js/pixi/bin/pixi.js"; ?>"></script> <script src="<?php echo base_url()."js/jquery.mousewheel.min.js"; ?>"></script> </head> <body> <script> $(document).ready(onReady);var Stats=function(){var,m=l,g=0,n=Infinity,o=0,h=0,p=Infinity,q=0,r=0,s=0,f=document.createElement("div");"stats";f.addEventListener("mousedown",function({b.preventDefault();t(++s%2)},!1);"width:80px;opacity:0.9;cursor:pointer";var a=document.createElement("div");"fps";"padding:0 0 3px 3px;text-align:left;background-color:#002";f.appendChild(a);var i=document.createElement("div");"fpsText";"color:#0ff;font-family:Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif;font-size:9px;font-weight:bold;line-height:15px";i.innerHTML="FPS";a.appendChild(i);var c=document.createElement("div");"fpsGraph";"position:relative;width:74px;height:30px;background-color:#0ff";for(a.appendChild(c);74>c.children.length;){var j=document.createElement("span");"width:1px;height:30px;float:left;background-color:#113";c.appendChild(j)}var d=document.createElement("div");"ms";"padding:0 0 3px 3px;text-align:left;background-color:#020;display:none";f.appendChild(d);var k=document.createElement("div");"msText";"color:#0f0;font-family:Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif;font-size:9px;font-weight:bold;line-height:15px";k.innerHTML="MS";d.appendChild(k);var e=document.createElement("div");"msGraph";"position:relative;width:74px;height:30px;background-color:#0f0";for(d.appendChild(e);74>e.children.length;)j=document.createElement("span"),"width:1px;height:30px;float:left;background-color:#131",e.appendChild(j);var t=function({s=b;switch(s){case"block";"none";break;case"none","block"}};return{REVISION:11,domElement:f,setMode:t,begin:function(){},end:function(){var;g=b-l;n=Math.min(n,g);o=Math.max(o,g);k.textContent=g+" MS ("+n+"-"+o+")";var a=Math.min(30,30-30*(g/200));e.appendChild(e.firstChild).style.height=a+"px";r++;b>m+1E3&&(h=Math.round(1E3*r/(b-m)),p=Math.min(p,h),q=Math.max(q,h),i.textContent=h+" FPS ("+p+"-"+q+")",a=Math.min(30,30-30*(h/100)),c.appendChild(c.firstChild).style.height=a+"px",m=b,r=0);return b},update:function(){l=this.end()}}};var islandSprites = [];var scale = 1;function onReady(){ renderer = new PIXI.autoDetectRenderer(1920, 1080, {transparent:true}); stage = new PIXI.Stage(0xFFFFFF); $('canvas').attr('id','canvas'); $('body').on('mousewheel','canvas', function(event) { event.preventDefault(); var evt = event.originalEvent; var currentMouseX = evt.pageX - $(this).offset().left; var currentMouseY = evt.pageY - $(this).offset().top; scaleFactor = 1.1; var zoom = (scaleFactor - (evt.wheelDelta < 0 ? 0.2 : 0)); var newScale = scale * zoom; var newScale2 = (scale * zoom) * 2; var newScale3 = (scale * zoom) * 4; var origin = map1.position; origin.x = currentMouseX - (currentMouseX - origin.x) * zoom; origin.y = currentMouseY - (currentMouseY - origin.y) * zoom; map1.position = new PIXI.Point(origin.x, origin.y); var origin2 = map2.position; origin2.x = currentMouseX - (currentMouseX - origin2.x) * zoom; origin2.y = currentMouseY - (currentMouseY - origin2.y) * zoom; map2.position = new PIXI.Point(origin2.x, origin2.y); var origin3 = map3.position; origin3.x = currentMouseX - (currentMouseX - origin3.x) * zoom; origin3.y = currentMouseY - (currentMouseY - origin3.y) * zoom; map3.position = new PIXI.Point(origin3.x, origin3.y); map1.scale.x = newScale; map1.scale.y = newScale; map2.scale.x = newScale2; map2.scale.y = newScale2; map3.scale.x = newScale3; map3.scale.y = newScale3; if(newScale > .5){ map1.visible = true; map2.visible = false; map3.visible = false; } if(newScale <= .5 && newScale > .25){ map1.visible = false; map2.visible = true; map3.visible = false; } if(newScale <= .25){ map1.visible = false; map2.visible = false; map3.visible = true; } scale *= zoom; });["transform"] = "translatez(0)"; document.body.appendChild(renderer.view); = "absolute"; stats = new Stats(); document.body.appendChild( stats.domElement ); = "absolute"; = "0px"; requestAnimFrame(update); map1 = new PIXI.DisplayObjectContainer(); map2 = new PIXI.DisplayObjectContainer(); map3 = new PIXI.DisplayObjectContainer(); map2.scale.x = 2; map2.scale.y = 2; map3.scale.x = 4; map3.scale.y = 4; map2.visible = false; map3.visible = false; stage.addChild(map1); stage.addChild(map2); stage.addChild(map3); var map1Count1 = 0; var map1Count2 = 0; for (var i = 0; i <= 47; i++){ createIslandTile((i+1), 512*map1Count1, 512*map1Count2, map1, '../images/ui/lush/test-map/images/test-map_'); if(map1Count1 < 7){ map1Count1++; }else{ map1Count1=0; map1Count2++; if(map1Count2 > 5){ map1Count2=0; } } } map1.addChild(new PIXI.Text("MAP1", { font: "20pt monospace", fill: "gray" })); var map2Count1 = 0; var map2Count2 = 0; for (var i = 0; i <= 11; i++){ createIslandTile((i+1), 512*map2Count1, 512*map2Count2, map2, '../images/ui/lush/test-map/images-half/test-map_'); if(map2Count1 < 3){ map2Count1++; }else{ map2Count1=0; map2Count2++; if(map2Count2 > 2){ map2Count2=0; } } } map2.addChild(new PIXI.Text("MAP2", { font: "20pt monospace", fill: "gray" })); var map3Count1 = 0; var map3Count2 = 0; for (var i = 0; i <= 3; i++){ createIslandTile((i+1), 512*map3Count1, 512*map3Count2, map3, '../images/ui/lush/test-map/images-quarter/test-map_'); if(map3Count1 < 1){ map3Count1++; }else{ map3Count1=0; map3Count2++; if(map3Count2 > 1){ map3Count2=0; } } } map3.addChild(new PIXI.Text("MAP3", { font: "20pt monospace", fill: "gray" })); }function createIslandTile(tileNumber,x,y, doc, filePath){ var islandTile = new PIXI.Sprite.fromImage(filePath+tileNumber+'.png'); islandTile.interactive = true; islandTile.mousedown = islandTile.touchstart = function(data) { // store a refference to the data // The reason for this is because of multitouch // we want to track the movement of this particular touch = data; this.alpha = 0.9; this.dragging = true; = * map1.scale.x; = * map1.scale.y; = * map2.scale.x; = * map2.scale.y; = * map3.scale.x; = * map3.scale.y; }; // set the events for when the mouse is released or a touch is released islandTile.mouseup = islandTile.mouseupoutside = islandTile.touchend = islandTile.touchendoutside = function(data) { this.alpha = 1 this.dragging = false; // set the interaction data to null = null; }; // set the callbacks for when the mouse or a touch moves islandTile.mousemove = islandTile.touchmove = function(data) { if(this.dragging) { // need to get parent coords.. var newPosition =; map1.position.x = newPosition.x -; map1.position.y = newPosition.y -; map2.position.x = newPosition.x -; map2.position.y = newPosition.y -; map3.position.x = newPosition.x -; map3.position.y = newPosition.y -; } } islandTile.position.x = x; islandTile.position.y = y; doc.addChild(islandTile);}function update(){ stats.begin(); //culling for(var i = 0; i < map1.children.length; i++){ //if your right side goes out of the left bounds or your bottom side goed out of the top bounds OR if your left side goes out of the right bounds or your top side goes out of the bottom bounds, then hide if((map1.position.x <= (((map1.children[i].position.x * map1.scale.x) + (map1.children[i].width* map1.scale.x)) * -1)) || (map1.position.y <= (((map1.children[i].position.y * map1.scale.x) + (map1.children[i].height * map1.scale.x)) * -1)) || ((map1.position.x + (map1.children[i].position.x * map1.scale.x) >= renderer.width) || (map1.position.y + (map1.children[i].position.y * map1.scale.x) >= renderer.height))){ map1.children[i].visible = false; }else{ map1.children[i].visible = true; } } renderer.render(stage); requestAnimFrame(update); stats.end();} </script> </body></html>Thanks