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3rd December, 2012 at 03/12/2012 17:01:38 -

Is it possible to select a part of an image? Say like I have an image 10 squares by 10 squares top left square would be 00
Like below.
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
and so on would I be able to select a certain square and display it.
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3rd December, 2012 at 03/12/2012 17:56:14 -

There is yes, i'm not at my mmf machine at the minute but i'm pretty sure the picture object allows you to do this.

You set the region size of the image and the position (something like that)

 
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11th December, 2012 at 11/12/2012 11:25:15 -

Cheer's for the reply but I can't see how that works with picture object. Any other advice would be welcome.
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11th December, 2012 at 11/12/2012 16:22:12 -

It's most certainly the picture object, or the animated picture object.
Either one.

Use paste as background or something similar for the picture object, and the animated picture object lets you specify a size and select how many frames of animation you have.

 
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14th December, 2012 at 14/12/2012 12:12:40 -

I always wanted to do something like that with TGF too, but couldn't get it working.

However you can get around by saving your tileset as a set of tiles, meaning: one image per tile. Not sure if that's convenient, but if you put the tiles in one folder and label it something like: "tileset" it just works the same.

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14th December, 2012 at 14/12/2012 21:08:12 -

I saw this done as part of a level editor and it is getting really annoying now as i cannot for the life of me remember which one it was. I'll keep looking though.

 
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