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Tobi Reif

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In the demo
this code centers the tree:

wavyTree.x =
  renderer.width / 2 -
  wavyTree.width / 2;

In this version
there's "stage.width" instead of "renderer.width", and the tree is not centered.

wavyTree.x =
  stage.width / 2 -
  wavyTree.width / 2;

The content rendered by "renderer.render(stage)" fills the whole width, so I thought the stage would have the full width as well.

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Stage is container, its not a camera object. There are no camera objects in pixi.js

container.width is actually part of container.getLocalBounds() which returns a rectangle that contains all childrens of container in his local coordinates. Are you sure you need that value? Do you understand that wavyTree affects stage.width as well?

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