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Robin
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Re: Drawing help

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So... box:draw() is empty. Shouldn't you put the stuff you want to draw in there?
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Robin wrote:So... box:draw() is empty. Shouldn't you put the stuff you want to draw in there?
Well I did, but it's now going to be in TurretLaser:draw() It makes sense I believe. Because the laser is seperate from the turret, but belongs with it. Much like how Maurice did the bulletbill.lua
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And is TurretLaser:draw() ever called?
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Re: Drawing help

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This might sound stupid.. but how?

I'm not sure how to call it. I though of doing what was in game.lua, the

for j, w in pairs do
w: draw()
end

But would that work for the TurretLaser?
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This isn't working. I feel like we're communicating on different wavelengths.

Can someone else please help TurtleP?
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Re: Drawing help

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its "laserimg" not "lazerimg"

solved!
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kraftman wrote:its "laserimg" not "lazerimg"

solved!
I know its laserimg. *facepalm*

I need to call TurretLaser:draw() somehow don't I? Then I can draw the laser for the turret. That's the point. Box:draw() could work, but also, how could I increase the x value of the laser? (Probably in box:updaterange() or something)
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