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Allo!

 

For a specific project, I needed to create a lot of multi-style text. And to be honest, it's just painful to do it manually every time. So I decided to create an object to do it for me, because I don't want to do it manually anymore :) This one calculates the position of each group of text automatically and will save me a lot of dev time now.

 

I called it "MultiStyleText" and the source code is available on github if you want: https://github.com/tleunen/pixi-multistyle-text

 

I'm pretty sure there are a few bugs in there, especially with styles using different font-size. But this is a start :)

I've released it as 0.1.0 because I'm not sure yet of the way to create it, with the 2 "styles" object. Feel free to suggest improvements on that!

 

I put an example using the same that Mat created for Pixi.Text and here is the result:

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Let me know what you think.

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I am getting PIXI undefined in pixi-multistyle-text.m.js. I am developing in react.

 

←→1 of 2 errors on the page
Unhandled Rejection (ReferenceError): PIXI is not defined
node_modules/pixi-multistyle-text/dist/pixi-multistyle-text.m.js:340
 
how to add PIXI reference in the library ?
 
Edited by Nagaraju

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If you use it through npm - then you have to do the same thing as for other pixiJS plugins: https://github.com/pixijs/pixi-layers/#webpack-browserify-angular

import * as PIXI from "pixi.js";
window.PIXI = PIXI;
const { MultiStyleText } = require("pixi-multistyle-text");

The problem is that PixiJS is referenced globally in plugins and we really can't make it work through `import`s and at the same time generate typescript bindings and allow vanilla <script> usage. ES6 imports are hell for library+plugins architectures.

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