Size x

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Definition

INT size_x = 100

Size_x is a predefined local variable that can be used to stretch or compress a graphic along its horizontal axis. It is defined as a percentage of the original graphic size. The graphics's center will remain at the drawing coordinates when the graphic is drawn.

When either size_x or size_y of a process are unequal to [code]100[/code], that process' size has no effect.

Example

To make the graphic of a process continually stretch horizontally:

Process Main()
Begin
    graph = new_map(50,50,8); // Create a new graphic
    x = 100;                  // Position the graphic 100 pixels
    y = 100;                  // from the top and left of the screen
    Loop
        size_x += 1;          // Increase the width of the graphic by 1 percent each frame.
        frame;
    End
OnExit
    unload_map(0,graph);
End

Used in example: new_map(), [[x], y, size_x, unload_map()

See also


Local variables
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