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[Problem]Graphics object -> Differant Width when drawing


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Hello.

I currently have a strange problem when drawing lines or a rectangle on a existing container.


Containers Layout:
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- World : Container
       -> SceneManager
                   -> GetActiveScene(): Container

 

When the world get's created i get the ActiveScene from the scene manager.

But when the graphics  object is rendered it has a differant size then its container where it is placed in.
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Code Snippet:

NewScene(sceneOptions: ISceneOptions): boolean {
      //this.ActiveScene.removeAllListeners();
      //this.ActiveScene.destroy();
      this.ActiveScene = new Scene(0xe3d8c3);
      this.ActiveScene.y = 110;
      this.ActiveScene.width = 900;
      this.ActiveScene.height = 400;
      var graphics = new Graphics();
      graphics.beginFill(0xffffff);
      // draw a rectangle
      graphics.drawRect(0, 0, 900, this.ActiveScene.height - 25);
      //this.ActiveScene.addChild(Overlay.Instance.Overlay);
      this.logger.log('New Scene created!');
      this.ActiveScene.addChild(graphics);
      return true;
   }

 

Hope anyone can help.

 

 

Edited by Teckniel
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width is in local coords. Actual width on screen depends on scale. You change width/height of ActiveScene - you have to know how it actually works. It computes bounds (including ALL children, including even line butts that went beyond the screen), and sets scale that it fits. I dont recommend to use it for scene fitting.

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11 minutes ago, ivan.popelyshev said:

width is in local coords. Actual width on screen depends on scale. You change width/height of ActiveScene - you have to know how it actually works. It computes bounds (including ALL children, including even line butts that went beyond the screen), and sets scale that it fits. I dont recommend to use it for scene fitting.

Hmm dont't really understand :(.
What do you suggest for posible sollution? since i want to draw allot of objects in one container.

Like for example a function where you can Draw a wall that is x Px long.
Or a container that holds a overlay width lines and text .


Ps: I don't want any scale or fitting, just the size i want. i
      If i add the graphics object straight tothe world container i have no problem

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