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Evanw1256
09-12-2017, 03:43 AM
Hello! I have recently started working on a game project using this framework, and I am needing some help. I tried looking through the documentation but I had trouble finding anything.

Basically, I want to have an image that is a sort of map, with several different shapes all using unique pixel colors, and I want to be able to draw custom shapes following the pixels (and have them clickable, so save them as a variable) and in the same positions as in the image.

Dabbydab
09-08-2018, 09:09 PM
Hello! I have recently started working on a game project using this framework, and I am needing some help. I tried looking through the documentation but I had trouble finding anything.

Basically, I want to have an image that is a sort of map, with several different shapes all using unique pixel colors, and I want to be able to draw custom shapes following the pixels (and have them clickable, so save them as a variable) and in the same positions as in the image.



1 year later... no help

BlackIce
09-18-2018, 12:22 PM
1 year later... no help

Lmaoooooooo. Almost no one is here. Cannot believe that this thread isn't closed.

Raqk
09-18-2018, 03:59 PM
Lmaoooooooo. Almost no one is here. Cannot believe that this thread isn't closed.

Threads on here close after two years of no activity. Gravedigging, especially just to point out and laugh at someones lack of help is still generally a bad practice, though.

BlackIce
09-18-2018, 04:09 PM
Threads on here close after two years of no activity. Gravedigging, especially just to point out and laugh at someones lack of help is still generally a bad practice, though.

How inconvenient. Should I have said "Oh sorry dear. There will always be someone that will help you." Even though that's a big lie since no one will ever help

Raqk
09-18-2018, 04:10 PM
How inconvenient. Should I have said "Oh sorry dear. There will always be someone that will help you." Even though that's a big lie since no one will ever help

Or you could just not reply and laugh at them?

BlackIce
09-18-2018, 04:13 PM
Or you could just not reply and laugh at them?

Then you shouldn't be replying on this instead because you are not helping him either.

and no, I do not hate you. This is just an argument.

Raqk
09-18-2018, 04:20 PM
Then you shouldn't be replying on this instead because you are not helping him either.

and no, I do not hate you. This is just an argument.

I do not hate you either. This is just an argument.

I am not saying a conversation can never veer off topic. It should try to stay on topic, but my replying to this thread isn't much of a problem, especially as I am not replying weeks after the last.

They probably know by now no one will ever help. You pointing that out did nothing for them. Me pointing out that laughing at people is rude may however be of actual use to you.

BlackIce
09-18-2018, 04:41 PM
I do not hate you either. This is just an argument.

I am not saying a conversation can never veer off topic. It should try to stay on topic, but my replying to this thread isn't much of a problem, especially as I am not replying weeks after the last.

They probably know by now no one will ever help. You pointing that out did nothing for them. Me pointing out that laughing at people is rude may however be of actual use to you.

Then it is useful as well if I say that no one will help them. Now they don't have to look on this thread anymore

Raqk
09-18-2018, 06:15 PM
Then it is useful as well if I say that no one will help them. Now they don't have to look on this thread anymore

They logged in a total of one day after making this thread. Sure, they could be logged out and viewing the forums, but it’s also been over a year. I would say they’ve probably already stopped checking. You’re giving known advice to no one. I’m giving advice to someone that might actually read it.