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  1. I've been working on a script that realistically manipulates the wheels. I've gotten to the point I can hide the original wheels, in hopes I can later attach a new set in the same place. I'm aware I might have to use attachElements, and several other functions. For the moment, I'd like to attach a single wheel. I've got this: -- All GUI elements. local vehicle = getPedOccupiedVehicle(localPlayer) local x1, y1, z1 = getVehicleComponentPosition(vehicle, "wheel_lf_dummy") local x2, y2, z2 = getVehicleComponentPosition(vehicle, "wheel_rf_dummy") local x3, y3, z3 = getVehicleC
  2. Author and editor of Ilnaz Isangulov DxCreateDiagram Client-only function Draws an diargam on the screen for a single frame. In order for the diagram to stay visible continuously, you need to call this function with the same parameters on each frame update (see onClientRender). Syntax bool dxCreateDiagram (float N, float posX, float posY, float cleanWidth, int color = tocolor(255,255,255,255), float scaleXY = 1, bool postGUI = f
  3. Hello Community! Due to the development of SUI's memobox, I've been asking myself what's the space that wordBreak generates between dxDrawText's lines. So if anyone knows that information, let me know please. Thanks, Simple01.
  4. Hi all, could you tell me how to make a dynamic installation of interface sizes depending on the size of the user's screen? Code: function guiCreateMainMenu() local sWidth,sHeight = guiGetScreenSize() local localPlayerName = getPlayerName(getLocalPlayer()) mainMenuSound() menu = guiCreateStaticImage( 0, 0, sWidth, sHeight, "img/screen_shadow.png", false ) userImg = guiCreateStaticImage( sWidth/2.8, 0, sWidth/1.5, sHeight/1.5, "img/user.png", false, menu ) menuBg = guiCreateStaticImage( sWidth/7, sHeight/8.07692, sWidth/1.4, sHeight/17, "img/bg.png", false, menu ) menuFg = guiCreateSt
  5. this is the code: and the problem: if i'm far away then the dx elements will be bigger, and when i'm closer.. how to fix this?
  6. createColRectangle I have a question, i can resize the zone using variables or an event like onColShapeHit ?
  7. In 1440x900 resolution, the dx elements they are in the right place, but in 1920x1080 the dx elements move up, and in 1366x768 the dx elements move down.. Why? how to fix this? the guigetscreensize is added with the correct coordinates..
  8. Heyo, so recently I got an awesome toptimes resource from a friend and today I fixed the positions of all elements drawn with dxDraw so that the toptimes window doesn't go outside of screen boundary on any resolution. So far, so good. But there is one problem, I don't know how to fix the elements' size to be same for all resolutions. I tried with something like " local x_,y_ = x/1680,y/1080 " and put " *y_ " after the size but it still looks ugly, also tried more combinations such as " x/1440,y/900 " and so on, to no success. Below is just the function which draws the F5 tops window, I always
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