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  1. HELLO! I'm proud to present the Internet Money game commissioned by Internet Money, Pretty Good digital and developed by myself at TandC games. More info here Play it here Thanks to the pixijs guys for their support! I love their library, its a great level for me as I love developing my own game systems, physics, etc etc. Let me know what you think and stay tuned for more Pixijs developed games shortly.
  2. Hi, I am trying to take a snapshot of the main container ( stage) of my application ,which I render on every frame ( customRenderer.render(stage)), and paste that snapshot on the topmost child container of the stage. The code looks like, const snapshot = this._customRenderer.generateTexture(this._stage) const sprite = new Sprite(snapshot ) this._stage.getChildByName("snapshotHolder").addChild(sprite) It takes snapshot alright, but if the stage is scaled down , the sprite even though of actual size of the stage ( lets say 1000x1000), the area covered of it by the snapshot is much less, rest of the area of the sprite is transparent. Not able to understand the logic behind this. I want to take the snapshot of the stage as it is visible (scaled or otherwise). Thanks for your help. -Arin
  3. Hello pixijs forum and devs. I´m currently working on a multiplayer 2d Game. Problem: I'm using pivot for main game scene to follow the Player (in center) everything works okay when i have resolution at 1. -- Thanks for every reply, my english is not very well so ill try to explain throu the photos &code I'll attach some photos to show u my problem PIXIJS Inspector: - Pivot point does not scale properly with resolution. My code for resize and App I have my app declared here as static export class Game { //Create a Pixi Application public static app:any = new PIXI.Application({ antialias: false, // default: false transparent: false, // default: false autoDensity: true, autoResize: true, resolution: window.devicePixelRatio, }); // Resolution & Camera public static WIDTH:number = 728; public static HEIGHT:number = 540; I have own container which contain Game (everything expect UI) dynamic content Game.scene /** Game -> Dynamic container */ public static scene:any = new PIXI.Container(); public static init():void { // Initialize Display.Stage (Layers support) Game.app.stage = new PIXI.display.Stage(); Game.app.stage.addChild(Game.scene); Game.resize(); // call resize funct. .... Game.app.renderer.render(Game.app.stage); } // i took those function from Pixi Forum /* Helper function to resize the game to fit the full screen */ public static resize():void { const WIDTH:number = Game.WIDTH; const HEIGHT:number = Game.HEIGHT; const vpw:number = window.innerWidth; // Width of the viewport const vph:number = window.innerHeight; // Height of the viewport let nvw:number; // New game width let nvh:number; // New game height // The aspect ratio is the ratio of the screen's sizes in different dimensions. // The height-to-width aspect ratio of the game is HEIGHT / WIDTH. if (vph / vpw < HEIGHT / WIDTH) { // If height-to-width ratio of the viewport is less than the height-to-width ratio // of the game, then the height will be equal to the height of the viewport, and // the width will be scaled. nvh = vph; nvw = (nvh * WIDTH) / HEIGHT; } else { // In the else case, the opposite is happening. nvw = vpw; nvh = (nvw * HEIGHT) / WIDTH; } // Set the game screen size to the new values. // This command only makes the screen bigger --- it does not scale the contents of the Game. // There will be a lot of extra room --- or missing room --- if we don't scale the scene. Game.app.renderer.resize(vpw, vph); // This command scales the scene to fit the new size of the Game. let zoom = Camera.activeCamera ? Camera.activeCamera.zoom : 1; Game.scene.scale.set(zoom * (nvw / WIDTH), zoom * (nvh / HEIGHT)); Game.scene.filterArea = new PIXI.Rectangle(0,0, vpw, vph) } export class Camera { .... public static updateView() { if (Camera.activeCamera) Game.scene.pivot.set(Camera.activeCamera.position.x, Camera.activeCamera.position.y); } public setFocus(obj:any):void { this._cameraFocus = obj.position; } // On Update / GameLoop Camera.activeCamera.setPosition(Camera.activeCamera._cameraFocus.x, Camera.activeCamera._cameraFocus.y); ... } Camera.activeCamera._cameraFocus.x is bounded to (referenced) container position - For some reason pivoting player position (container) is not centering container to the middle if resolution is higher. in PlayerInit i have Game.camera.setFocus(this.container) -- My HTML Viewport is: <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0, minimum-scale=1.0, maximum-scale=1.0, user-scalable=no, minimal-ui" />
  4. Hi, guys I need your help, i have angular 9 project with lates pixiJs 5.x. my GPU go up until 100% when i run. I see nice article About Angulr & Pixi -> https://medium.com/@hazterisk/how-3-lines-of-code-reduced-cpu-and-memory-consumption-by-13-b451de874701 after implement changes still i get 100% GPU I create issues on https://github.com/pixijs/pixi.js/issues/6578 you will find steps to reproduce and repo