How do I set a custom transform point for an image?

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How do I set a custom transform point for an image?

#1 Post by Zeekee » Thu Mar 03, 2016 12:06 am

I have a character sprite that I want displayed slightly to the right of the center of the screen, but not all the way to the right. How do I achieve this?

Currently, I have this:

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show ross_tk at right
I've skimmed through the guide a few times, but couldn't find anything useful; I may have just overlooked what I needed.
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Re: How do I set a custom transform point for an image?

#2 Post by yuren » Thu Mar 03, 2016 3:27 am

You might have to use custom position to achieve that. The documentation is on http://www.renpy.org/wiki/renpy/doc/tut ... Your_Story

Basicly there will be x and y, at each x and y will have pos and anchor position.

pos -> your image position relative to background
anchore -> your point in the image that become the anchor for calculation, relative to the edge.

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