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wizkidweb



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12th May, 2008 at 13:30:31 -

Is there a way to do 6-slice cutting of an image (external or internal)?

 
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12th May, 2008 at 14:25:38 -

You mean as in cutting a sprite sheet into frames?

 

  		
  		

wizkidweb



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12th May, 2008 at 15:52:33 -

No, that's not what I mean.

I'm asking whether it is possible to make a scalable object that has certain parts of that object unchanged, such as resizing a window. The stuff in the middle resizes, but the sides don't; like a border.

I can emulate this with multiple objects for corners and sides, but it is glitchy and many times leaves small whitespaces.

 
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12th May, 2008 at 16:13:26 -

Try using screen capture object and active picture object.

Take picture with the screen cap object, and then load it with active picture, which you can edit how you like.

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wizkidweb



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12th May, 2008 at 18:09:43 -

Well, that's just a more advanced way of faking the movement, and not quite what I'm trying to do.

For example, when you put a button into MMF, there is a "3D" border styling applied to it. No matter what size you make it, that border will still be the same thickness. I know I can do this using the Active System Box object, but I want to know if I can do this with images.

 
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